EUR/USD has turned up from the 50-day MA at 1.1715 yesterday. This is a sign that buyers are strong. Still, the short-term resistance line limits the upside at 1.1870.
NZD/USD has met resistance
SELL 0.6355; TP 0.6335; SL 0.6365
BUY 0.6395; TP 0.6415; SL 0.6385
The NZD hasn’t been feeling very well recently as it declined versus most other currencies. NZD/USD failed to overcome the resistance at 0.6430: yesterday’s close below 0.6385 confirmed the short-term victory of sellers. On the H4, we can see a “double top”. Negative pressure will increase if the pair declines below 0.6360 (50-period MA on the H4, 38.2% Fibo of the advance from Oct. 16). In this case, it will be vulnerable for a fall to 0.6340 (50% Fibo). Then the exchange rate may find some support and further selling will be possible only below 0.6315 (targeting 0.6285). On the upside, the return and fix above 0.6385 will allow a move to 0.6415.
USD/JPY is declining for the fifth day in a row. When the pair fell below 105.00, it entered a new, lower range.
The resistance line is limiting USD/JPY on the upside and, unless the pair tries for a breakout (which anyway will meet resistance at 106.50 and 106.80), the easiest path for it will be to go down.
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