AUD/USD: bears regain their strength

AUD/USD: bears regain their strength

On the AUD/USD daily chart, bears try to return quotes to the borders of the downward channel. If they succeed, the risks for the restoration of the downward trading channel will increase. In contrast, the rebound from the diagonal support may result in the development of consolidation.

On the AUD/USD hourly chart, there is a struggle for an important level of 0.7425. If bears wrestle the bulls down, the Australian dollar will move lower towards 0.7365 (target 161.8% in the "Crab" pattern). The Bulls' win may result in the return of quotes to the resistance at 0.774.


GBP/USD is losing ground

On the daily chart, GBP/USD keeps correcting to the long-term uptrend. Bulls tried to return the pair inside the previous consolidation range of 1.3455-1.3615.

USD/CHF: franc is showing signs of live

USD/CHF is correcting to the long-term bullish trend. To break the trend, the pair has to get out of the uptrend channel and form a “Spike and reversal with acceleration”.

GBP/USD: pound may continue downtrend

Expanding bearish Ichimoku Cloud with falling Senkou Span A; a new cross of Tenkan-sen and Kijun-sen, but the lines are horizontal; the market tested Kijuns’s resistance and returned to Monday’s lows.



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