What happened? Japanese shares fell on Monday…
USD/JPY: 21 Moving Average acted as support
2019-11-11 • Updated
The 21 Moving Average has acted as support, so we've got a new local high. Also, bulls have broken the "Window" and we don't have any bearish pattern. So, the market is likely going to continue rising until any reversal pattern forms.
All the last candles are bullish, so there isn't any reversal pattern so far. The main intraday target is the upper "Window". If a pullback from this level happens, bears will have a green light to deliver a downward correction.
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