FXstreet.com (London) - Eurozone fears over the strength of trade balances, and the respective plans to fight deficits in the coming years, continue to bound around the market. EUR/USD bounced from near 3 ½ month lows last session, as Dollar strength combined with Euro doubts to put the pair under extreme downward pressure.

EUR/JPY moved to the upside in early trading this session, Yen weakness impacting positively on the pair. Pair trades at 130.59/66, 50 points up from the open. Should Yen weakness continue to outweigh negative Eurozone sentiment, primary resistance can be found at 130.80 (tested high on 15 + 16 Dec), followed by 131.25.

On the upside in case of a reversal in the current bull trend for the pair, find primary support at 129.58 (strong consolidation zone from previous sessions) followed by 129.15.

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