|Day's range||88.411 - 88.441|
|52-week range||87.1913 - 88.4408|
The Australian dollar has rallied in the last 2 weeks from a low of US75c to around US76.60c against the greenback, defying analysts’ predictions that the currency would tumble if the US Federal Reserve stuck to their plan to hike rates further next year and if new tax legislation in the US was passed. Also, A new tax legislation that was introduced by US President Donald Trump which envisions cutting the corporate tax rate to 20 percent among other things is sure to be signed into law this week by the US president after his own Republican party passed the tax bill through both the Senate and the house of representatives.
The Australian dollar surprisingly jumped after yesterday’s rate hike from the US Federal Reserve and even held steady against the following monetary statement which raises the question, is there still genuine interest in the Aussie battler.
Gold made a significant move yesterday which actually triggers a sell signal on this instrument. The price broke the up trendline, lower line of the triangle and the horizontal support on the 1267 USD/oz. Dollar index broke the upper line of the flag and defended the horizontal support on the 92.7 points.
The AUD/JPY is following a bearish zigzag pattern that could reach D camarilla support levels as I showed during my Real-Time Daily Trading Ideas Live Webinar today. The AUD/JPY could reject from the POC zone 85.90-95 (50.0, W L5, EMA89, D H3) and as long as 85.18-25 holds we might see a drop towards 85.50 and 85.35. … Continue reading AUD/JPY Bearish Zig Zag Pattern Aiming for 85.35 if 86.25 holds
The Yen has weakened in early trading against the U.S Dollar this morning, but it is approaching important resistance levels which have proven to be strong since March of this year. Traders with a speculative taste may be tempted to sell the U.S Dollar against the Yen. Yen Weakening in Early Trading The Yen has … Continue reading Yen Churns Within Known Range
USD/JPY USDJPY’s sustained trading below three week old ascending trend-channel indicates brighter chances of its additional downside with 111.80 and the 111.00 being likely nearby supports for the pair before it could avail the 110.65-70 horizontal-line as rest-point. Given the pair’s dip below 110.65, the 110.30 and the 109.80 may reappear on the chart. On … Continue reading Important JPY Pairs’ Technical Update: 11.10.2017
It is quite possible that the Australian Dollar may resume falling in the nearest future. This might be true for both short and long-term, on the basis of the fundamental background. At the same time, the mid-term period, from a week to a month, looks very vague. During the RBA meeting at the beginning of … Continue reading The Australian Dollar is Ready to Fight off Sellers’ Attacks