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USD/JPY: 'Inverted Hammer' led to advance
2019-11-11 • Updated
We've got a bullish 'Harami', which has been confirmed. So, the pair is likely going to reach the nearest resistance at 110.67. A pullback from this level could be a starting point for another decline towards the 34 Moving Average.
The last 'Inverted Hammer' led to the current upward price movement. The main intraday target is the upper 'Window' (110.67). If we have a pullback from this level, bears will probably try to reach the next support at 110.18.
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