Euro slips on stable risk appetite, World shares calm after China's Stock Market slump

EUR/USD falls as risk appetite stabilized. -0.5%, plays 1.0840-1.0765. USD/JPY off 11-week 118.71 low. 119.70-118.83 range today. GBP/USD extends south to fresh 9 mth at 1.4659 from 1.4725.
 EUR/USD falls as risk appetite stabilized. -0.5%, plays 1.0840-1.0765.
 USD/JPY off 11-week 118.71 low. 119.70-118.83 range today.
 GBP/USD extends south to fresh 9 mth at 1.4659 from 1.4725.
 Spread between onshore, offshore yuan widest since Sept 2011.
 India cbank likely intervened to curb rupee fall - Traders.
 DAX -0.8%, 10384 to 10173 today.
 UK Dec Markit/CIPS Construction PMI 57.8 vs previous 55.3. 56.0 expected.
 EZ Dec Inflation, flash 0.2% y/y vs previous 0.2%.
 German trade group warns on "erosion" of Europe.
 British PM Cameron to allow ministers to campaign for EU exit.
 Spain's PM sees no alternative to new elections in Catalonia.
 Kuroda: Will to take bold steps if needed for 2% price target.
 India weighs fiscal stimulus in new budget despite fast economic growth.

Economic Data Ahead
(0830 ET/1330 GMT) Statistics Canada is scheduled to report producer prices data for November. The data showed a decline of 0.5 percent in October.

(1330 ET/1830 GMT) Major U.S. automakers are set to report sales figures for December, analysts expect auto sales probably to have declined to 18.10 million from 18.19 million in the previous month. Investors wait to see how year-end holiday promotions, Black Friday deals impacted sales.

Key Events AheadNo major events scheduled.FX Beat EUR/USD: The euro slipped towards a 1-month low against the greenback, down a quarter of a percent as risk appetite stabilized following a volatile Monday. The pair has broken major support 1.0800 which confirms major trend reversal a decline till 1.07250/1.0670/1.0620. Short term trend is still weak as long as resistance 1.09050 holds. Any break above 1.0905 will take the pair to next level till 1.0950/1.0980/1.1000. The minor resistance is around 1.0840 and break above target 1.08860/1.0905. Against the yen, the euro fell 0.7 percent to an eight-month low of 128.55 yen. 

USD/JPY: The yen inched up 0.2 percent but stayed off Monday's highs. It has recovered after making a low of 118.69 and was trading around 119.69. The pair's major support is around 118.60 and break below targets 118/117.60. On the higher side it is facing resistance around 119.60 and any break above targets 120/120.40. GBP/USD: Sterling stumbled near a 9-month low against the dollar on Tuesday, with a bullish reading on the construction sector failing to strengthen expectations for higher interest rates in a year set to be dominated by debate over a "Brexit" from Europe. Against a basket of currencies, it was broadly flat, falling 0.2 percent against the greenback and gaining around the same amount against the euro. Sterling traded at $1.4677, compared to Monday's lows of $1.4665. It is facing major resistance around 1.4760 and break above targets 1.4780/1.4820. On the lower side major support is around 1.4650 and break below targets 1.4630/1.4580 level. Overall bullish invalidation is only above 1.4850.

USD/CHF: The pair has broken major resistance 1.00350 and this confirms minor trend line reversal, a jump till 1.0125/1.0180. On the lower side minor support is around 0.9980 and break below targets 0.9945/0.9900 level. The minor resistance is around 1.00850 and break above targets 1.0125/1.0210.

AUD/USD: Australian dollar was flat after dropping more than 1 percent on Monday. It held at $0.7198, having dropped a full U.S. cent on Monday when Chinese shares plunged 7 percent. The pair's support is around 0.7150 and any break below 0.7170 will drag the pair down till 0.7100/0.7050. On the higher side minor resistance is around 0.7250 and any break above will take the pair till 0.7285/0.7305. The Aussie stood near 3-month lows at 85.62 yen and could see a retracement all the way to 81.85 cents touched in September.

NZD/USD: The New Zealand dollar was trading at $0.6745 after an overnight fall of 1.1 percent. Equities RecapChina's injection of an estimated $20 billion to stabilize its equity and currency markets drove world shares higher from 2-1/2-month lows on Tuesday.European shares started higher, but the profits quickly evaporated. The FTSE pan-European index remained steady at 1,401 points, Germany's 

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