Last week NZD/USD once again met resistance in the 0.6155 area. As you can see from the chart, this area stopped the pair twice before within the recent month.
EUR/CHF: picture looks grim
SELL 1.10; TP 1.0925; SL 1.1025
EUR/CHF broke below 1.1150 - the lower border of the sideways range within which it has been trading since the middle of 2018. Then the euro retested this line at the end of June but was once again rejected lower. It means that the pair will likely go to lower levels. The obvious target lies at 1.0925 (78.6% Fibo retracement of the 2017-2018 advance).
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