The EUR/USD gave up some of Friday's gains after being unable to rise above the 20-day Simple Moving Average (SMA). It continues to approach an important uptrend line that stands around 1.0960/65, with a break lower increasing the likelihood of a slide to the July low at 1.0830. On the daily chart, signs are mixed, with Momentum with a downward trend hovering around 100, and the Relative Strength Index (RSI) moving south. Risks look tilted to the downside.
On the 4-hour chart, risks are also tilted to the downside, with the price below the 20-SMA and under 1.1000. A test of the mentioned trendline seems likely if the price drops below 1.0980. A slide under 1.0960 should increase the bearish pressure, exposing last week's low at 1.0943; below that, the next target is the 1.0900 zone. On the upside, a recovery above 1.1040 would improve the outlook for the Euro. For the pair to change the short-term bias to bullish, it needs to break above 1.1105, surpassing a downtrend line and key SMAs.