Despite the overall positive sentiment for stocks, the stock of PepsiCo has experienced a substantial decline this week.
Daily Market Analysis
USD/CNH has been steadily declining since the start of October on hopes that the United States and China would take steps towards some kind of a trade deal.
USD/CHF is supported by the 50-day MA at 0.9917. The doji candlestick that formed on the D1 yesterday signals the market uncertainty.
EUR/NZD formed a number of candlesticks with long lower wicks on the D1 - a sign that there’s demand for the euro around 1.7300.
USD/TRY has broken above the descending wedge. It is currently testing levels above the 50-day MA at 5.7372.
XAU/USD ran into the resistance area around $1,515 which has been limiting the upside since the start of October - gold hasn’t closed above this level on the D1.
EUR/CAD strengthened last week but ran into the resistance of the 100-day MA around 1.4675.
USD/CAD shot up this week but met the resistance of the daily MAs in the 1.3200 area. Here’s also the 50% retracement of the October advance.
Price action in NZD/USD strongly resembles the so-called “cup and a handle” pattern on the D1.
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Have a look at the chart of CAD/CHF: the pair is testing daily moving averages.
During the summer months, EUR/CAD broke an important support line and traded with a bearish bias ever since.