Today, the Bank of England has decided to raise interest rates to combat inflation. In its recent report dated the 3rd of August, 2023, the BOE confirmed that it had raised interest rates to 5.25%, expecting that the inflation rates would drop to 2%.
NZD/CAD is near the key level
2019-11-11 • Updated
SELL 0.9280; TP1 0.92; TP2 0.91; SL 0.9300
SELL 0.9170; TP 0.9105; SL 0.9190
NZD/CAD approached the resistance line connecting 2017 and 2018 highs (0.9280) and 78.6% Fibo level (0.9260). Daily MACD doesn’t confirm the recent highs and a candlestick with a long upper wick was formed yesterday. This allows expecting a correction down towards 0.9100.
On the other hand, there’s still some scope for a move up. Short-term allows for a move to the mentioned resistance. Note though that buying with 0.9280 as a target would be a more aggressive and riskier trade than waiting for a chance to sell at this resistance.
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