Data coming from the eurozone today has indicated that retail sales remain in contraction and that private sector lending is floundering. This may well invite a Bank of England Funding for Lending style long-term refinancing operation package for European banks, in a bid to spur this declining but important part of the euro.
We would need to see the euro retake the bullish channel from early July lows for a stronger bias at this juncture. Currently, selling of EUR/USD is taking place at the 1.3625 level, and while below 1.36 there is a chance of a pull back to 1.3490.
With the US closed for the Thanksgiving holiday, the likelihood of a range-bound trading session for the next few days is increased.