The euro had a bright start to trading yesterday amid a continued breakout in EUR/GBP, which helped to see EUR/USD climb to a high of 1.1288 but encountered resistance from the 61.8 retracement level there before dollar demand sent the pair back lower.
Since then, buyers have failed to convincingly seize back near-term control with sellers defending the 100-hour MA (red line) earlier today for the most part.
And as we see risk sentiment turn a little softer in early trading today, this is pushing the dollar higher and we are seeing EUR/USD fall further towards 1.1200.
Currently, there is also the trendline support @ 1.1206 providing buyers with an added layer of defense before getting to the figure level.
The key hourly moving averages (both @ 1.1241 now) are the levels to watch in case buyers try to chase any upside potential with support around 1.1191-00 being the key region to keep an eye on in case sellers start to push the agenda on a downside break.