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/JPY: watch the resistance
2019-11-11 • Updated
BUY 73.00; TP 73.35; SL 72.85
NZD/JPY has performed well this month forming higher lows and highs. It was supported by the 50-day MA in July and took off from that level. The pair has reached the July high at 72.93. Above this level, the next natural one is the 100-day MA in the 73.35 area. The line is going down and will provide resistance. Still, in the short term, it will likely attract the exchange rate.
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