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NZD/USD: kiwi wants more
2019-11-11 • Updated
TP1 0.6995 TP2 0.7165
On the daily chart, bulls managed to lead the pair outside of the descending channel. If they manage to bring the NZD above 0.6907, the risks of a “Shark” pattern will increase. Its 88.6% target lies at 0.7165.
On H1, NZD/USD is retesting the “Head and shoulders” neckline. Recoil from resistance will allow bears to pull the kiwi down to 88.6% and 113% targets of the “Shark” pattern. On the other hand, successful test of resistance at 0.6895 will increase the risks of more upside.
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