The pair hit a new four months' low at 1.4132 dollars per euro, after the rise of economic risks in Greece, China's announcements to cut personal credits and the bad production data from the Eurozone.The pair is declining 155 pips and showing a 210 pips volatility in the hour, according to the bands of Bollinger. The 14 period RSI is on oversold ground.

Below, the next support is at 1.4109, while the next resistance above is found at 1.4185 dollars per euro.