I still hold the same reasons for the trade I made for this pair (entered earlier this week). And to add:

The dollar tumbled to its lowest level against the euro in more than two months on Thursday, dragged down by weak U.S. retail sales in the previous session.

By midmorning, the euro was trading around 0.6% higher against the dollar, surpassing the $1.14 mark for the first time since late February. Japan's yen and the British pound rose against the buck too.

The dollar had a stellar start to the year, but has reversed direction in recent weeks as a spate of weak U.S. data made it appear increasingly unlikely that the Federal Reserve would raise rates in June.