Japan's inflation is set to reach 2% in April's reading, for the first time since 2015. But what about the weaker Yen?!
EUR/JPY: euro is weaker than yen
2019-11-11 • Updated
TP1 127.3 TP2 126.3 TP3 125.5
On the daily chart of EUR/JPY, bears managed to pull the pair back to the medium term downward channel and implement the “Shark” pattern. Its 88.6% target is at the level of 125.5. To rise, the pair needs to break above 128.85.
On H1, the pair keeps reaching targets of the “Shark” pattern. Bears are stronger, that’s why pullbacks with rebounds from resistances at 128.3 and 129.2 can be used to sell.
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