Date : 30th September 2014 EURUSD BROKE THE 1.2600 LEVEL AFTER THE CONSUMER PRICE INDEX IN THE EUROZONE DROPPED TO 0.3 PERCENT IN SEPTEMBER. EURUSD rose yesterday and closed at 1.2684. The German Consumer Price Index remained flat in September coming at a reading of 0.0 percent. In Spain the CPI dropped to a reading of -0.2 percent during the same period. Data from the United States revealed that the Pending Home Sales in the largest economy of the world recorded drop of -1.0 percent in August. On the other hand the Personal Spending and the Personal Income in the US rose in line with the market expectations with 0.5 and 0.3 percent accordingly in August. Data released today indicated that the Consumer Price Index in the Eurozone dropped to a level of 0.3 percent on an annual basis in September. The release caused a major sell off on the EURUSD and the pair fell below the 1.2600 level. Another report indicated that the Unemployment Rate in the currency union remained stable in August at 11.5 percent. Investors are now looking forward for the CB Consumer Confidence data due from the United States later today. Support for the EURUSD is seen at 1.2589 and resistance is seen at 1.2713.