Euro and the US dollar continue to fight for control in the currency market The race for leadership continues between the American and European currencies. The competition between these two currencies keeps the market in good form, heating up an already tense situation. On the morning of June 2, the EUR/USD pair was sharply trading around the level of 1.2214, gradually rising from the previous close at 1.2211. But compared to June 1, the main currency pair loses noticeably, declining from the level of 1.2230. It can be noted that an important resistance level for the euro has formed near this level. In order to strengthen the "bearish" sentiment and to break through the support level of 1.2212 and the mirror level of 1.2200, the EUR/USD pair will head to the levels of 1.2163, 1.2128, and 1.2102. In the other scenario, the instrument will remain within the price range of 1.2212-1.2232. It can be noted that the ANZ Research Bank's experts expect the pair to slowly increase to the level of 1,2300 in the second quarter of 2021, and to 1.2400 and to 1.2600, respectively in the third and fourth quarters. However, the continuation of the growth may become more complicated amid the high probability of curtailing the Fed's stimulating policy. There are ongoing discussions about this in the market, but the implementation of these plans is still uncertain. The current situation keeps the US dollar in suspense, and its dynamics are far from stable. This week, the US dollar is trading near five-month lows, yielding not only to the Euro, but also to commodity currencies.