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USD/JPY: 21 MA acted as resistance
2019-11-11 • Updated
The 21 Moving Average has acted as resistance, so the price is declining. The main bearish target is the lower "Window". If a pullback from this level happens, we could have an upward correction afterwards.
There's a bullish "Hammer", so there's an opportunity to have a local upward correction. Meanwhile, if a pullback from the Moving Averages happens little later on, bears will probably try to deliver a new local low.
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