Today, at 5:00 pm (GMT +2), the Bank of Canada will publish the Overnight Rate, which represents short-term interest rates, and is pivotal to the overall pricing of the Canadian Dollar in the global markets. Let's look at how the markets are faring ahead of the BoC rates release.
NZD/USD: bulls are trying to go higher
2019-11-11 • Updated
SELL 0.701 SL 0.7065 TP1 0.6945 TP2 0.6905 TP3 0.685
BUY 0.706 SL 0.7005 TP1 0.7125 TP2 0.719 TP3 0.7285
On the daily chart of NZD/USD, bulls managed to pull the pair out of the downward channel. They are trying to push the pair to 50% and higher of the CD wave of the “Bat” pattern. To continue the rally, the pair needs to break the June high.
On H1, “Three Indians” and 1-2-3 patterns increase odds of the correction to the current short-term uptrend. Firstly, bears need to break the support at 0.701.
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