Investing.com - The Euro was higher against the U.S. Dollar on Wednesday after the release of U.S. data on Durable Goods Orders.
was trading at 1.3205, up 0.06% at time of writing.
The pair was likely to find support at 1.3105, Monday’s low, and resistance at 1.3236, today’s high.
Earlier in the day, official data showed that durable goods orders in the U.S. fell more-than-expected to a seasonally adjusted -4.2% last month, from 1.9% in the preceding month whose figure was revised down from 2.4%.
Analysts had expected durable goods orders to fall -1.7% last month.
Meanwhile, the Euro was up against the British Pound and the Japanese Yen, with EUR/GBP gaining 0.08% to hit 0.8181 and rising 0.21% to hit 107.53.
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