U.S. stock markets opened higher on Monday, buoyed by hopes for a last-minute agreement on a comprehensive fiscal stimulus package before the elections on November 3.
Will USD/CAD keep falling?
2019-11-11 • Updated
SELL 1.3240; TP1 1.3200; TP2 1.3115; SL 1.3255
On W1, USD/CAD formed last week a bearish candlestick with the long upper wick. This is a sign that traders are eager to sell the USD on its attempts to recover. On D1, the pair formed a bearish flag and then corrected up to the previous support and now resistance provided by this pattern. Yesterday the recovery slowed down ahead of the resistance line connecting January highs. The daily Awesome Oscillator is declining. USD/CAD is will likely resume its decline moving towards the lower border of the weekly rising channel targeting the 100-day MA at 1.3200 and probably even the 200-day MA at 1.3115.
USD/JPY formed a higher low at the end of last week.
EUR/USD has turned up from the 50-day MA at 1.1715 yesterday. This is a sign that buyers are strong. Still, the short-term resistance line limits the upside at 1.1870.
The Kiwi has been losing value against the US dollar. Where does it go?
CHF/JPY retraced 61.8% of its August-September decline, corrected down, formed a higher low above the 100-day MA and now seems eager to rise to the 78.6% Fibonacci level at 116.90.
European stock markets are seen opening a little lower Tuesday, weighed by weakness on Wall Street as time begins to run out on a new U.S. stimulus package