The single currency rebounded strongly on last Friday and extended gain to 1.2398 after G20 Summit, suggesting the pullback from last week's high of 1.2490 has indeed ended at 1.2209 and consolidation with upside bias would be seen for gain to 1.2440/50, however, breach of said resistance needed to confirm corrective upmove from 4-year low of 1.1876 has once again resumed and bring further headway to 1.2570.    On the downside, below 1.2254 would prolong choppy trading and may bring weakness to 1.2209 again, however, break is needed to turn outlook bearish for weakness to 1.2168.