As the market is gearing up for key data from the euro-zone such as October retail sales and November PMI, EUR/USD is holding near 1.3240, or the 61.8 percent  Fibonacci retracement from its late August lows.

Investors are widely prepared for better readigs for both the indicators, and as of now, 1.3283 works out to be the nearest target upside on the 4-hour chart. Further up, 1.3446 (R2) and then 1.3637-1.3697 region (R3) looks key stops for the pair.

EUR/USD Approaching the 1.3697 level should prompt investors to brace for the confirmation of a bullish trend for the pair.

However, a negative surprise on the fundamentals could push it back to November 30 low of 1.2968 but after meeting weak short-term supports of 1.3105 and 1.3063. Further down, a key long-term support of 1.2828 holds for the pair.

Later in the US session, November figures for non-farm payrolls (NFP) and ISM manufacturing and October factory orders data are expected to impact the market.