Fed Chair Powell’s comments on the Jackson Hole Symposium resulted in the worst weekly candle in the US500 index since June. Most risky assets experienced severe drawdowns, and EURUSD returned to the above-parity area. We explain everything you need to know about the Symposium in this article.
USD/JPY: yen is in the limbo
2019-11-11 • Updated
SELL 108.30 SL 108.85 TP 107.3 TP2 106.3 TP3 105.3
BUY 110.25 SL 109.7 TP 111.25 TP2 111.6 TP3 111.8
On the daily chart, USD/JPY formed an Inside bar. To continue the decline, bears need to pull the pair below support at 108.90 and 108.30. On the other hand, a break of resistance at 109.9-110.15 with the following triggering of the “Bat” pattern will increase the risks of a pullback.
On H1, USD/JPY went outside of a triangle. This increases the odds of formation of the “Crab” pattern with the target at 161.8%. The condition needed to resume the downtrend is the decline below support at 108.90.
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