|Day's range||107.33 - 107.732|
|52-week range||104.6670 - 114.7250|
The U.S. dollar gained ground against its rivals Thursday as the 10-year Treasury yield edged higher, flirting with the psychologically important 3% mark. The ICE U.S. Dollar Index (IFUS:DX-Y.NYB), which measures the greenback against six developed market currencies, climbed 0.3% to 89.889.
Given the USDJPY’s sustained trading above fortnight-old ascending trend-line, the pair is likely to challenge the 107.85-90 horizontal-resistance, which if broken could escalate its recovery towards 108.45 and the 108.90 north-side numbers. If prices keep rising after 108.90, the 109.30 and the 109.80 can offer intermediate halts during its rally to 110.50. In case of the pullback, the 107.15 may become nearby rest for the pair ahead of highlighting the 106.90 TL, breaking which 106.60 & 106.10 shouldn’t be missed if holding short positions. Moreover, the 105.60 and the 105. ...
The pair was extremely choppy during the Wednesday’s session initially rallied towards the 1.2380 level but pulled back later in the day to test the 1.2350 level. This level has been both resistance and support level for the pair and may attract buyers. If it breaks below then it should fall towards the 1.21 level which is its next major support level. …Read MoreGBP/USD
The euro-Swiss franc pair is trading at a three-year high, eerily close to the floor the Swiss National Bank abandoned back in January 2015. Geopolitical tensions, which should ordinarily make a haven ...
The US dollar initially rallied against the Japanese yen only to pull back towards the 107 level on Wednesday. However, signs of stability are coming back to the market as the Americans take the baton from the Europeans.
The British pound fell against the Japanese yen in early Wednesday trading, dropping down to the 152.00 region. We did bounce from there quite significantly though, and although this has been a very negative turn of events, I think looking around the Forex world, the British pound is trying to make a stand.
Investors should continue to watch the interest rate differential between U.S. Government Bonds and Japanese Government Bonds (JGBs). Dollar traders, particularly against the Yen, have been trying to re-establish the correlation with widening yield differentials this month.
Following its U-turn from 0.7805–0.7800 horizontal-resistance, the AUDUSD seems declining towards 0.7725-20 support test, but oversold RSI may confine the pair’s further downside, failing to which can highlight the 0.7700 and the 0.7670 rest-points. During the pair’s additional south-run beneath the 0.7670, the 0.7650 may become an important level to watch that if broken might not hesitate dragging the quote to 61.8% FE level of 0.7595. Meanwhile, an upside break of 0.7805 can trigger the pair’s recovery in direction to 0.7840 and then to the 0.7850-55. ...
The U.S. dollar mostly gained on its main rivals Wednesday, getting a lift from a tumble for the British pound after disappointing U.K. inflation data. Traders are due to get a couple of Federal Reserve speeches and the central bank’s Beige Book report later in the day. The ICE U.S. Dollar Index (IFUS:DX-Y.NYB)rose to 89.663, up from 89.497 late Tuesday in New York.
The pair failed to rally above 1.24 level during the Tuesday’s session as it got too resistive to cross over and dropped towards the 1.2350 level. If the market breaks further then the uptrend line underneath will act as a major support line. The British Pound initially rallied during the Tuesday’s session but the area found to be too resistive to go higher and fall back reaching the 1.43 level.
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Gold is highly valued even as inflation data remains muted, but consolidation has been steady. Crude Oil supply numbers will come from the U.S today.
The US dollar has initially fallen during the trading session on Tuesday, reaching down towards the 106.80 level before finding buyers to turn things around. As the Americans are taking over, it’s likely that we are going to see buyers jump into this market and reach towards the 107.50 level above.
The British pound has gone sideways in general during the trading session on Tuesday, bouncing around the 153 level. This is an area that has been important more than once, both on the way up and the way down, so I suspect that we will see a lot of noise.
The U.S. dollar registers a small rebound against its rivals, helped by disappointing data out of Europe and a lack of fresh geopolitical headlines.
The 1.2350 level underneath is a strong support level and short-term pullbacks should be a very good buying opportunity. The AUD has been choppy during the trading session on Monday but looks likely that it will continue to move higher. The 0.78 level is the initial resistance which the market has to get past it and if it clears then the market will move much higher towards the 0.79 and 0.80 level.
The U.S Dollar was weaker in forex on Monday. The Pound continued to be strong and the Euro played a game of catch up.
The US dollar went sideways against the Japanese yen overall during the trading session on Monday, bouncing from the 107 handle. That’s an area that has been supportive in the past, as well as resistive. Beyond that, there is a short-term uptrend line that could keep this market alive as well.
The British pound rallied rather significantly against the Japanese yen on Monday, as traders came back from the weekend with a bit more of a positive attitude. The 153.75 level above is a bit of resistance as it was the previous high, but it looks very likely that we are going to continue to see a lot of bouncing around before we can clear that area.
Despite the economic data and the Fed speakers, investors are likely to remain focused on the Trump/Abe meeting on Wednesday and appetite for risk.
The U.S. dollar starts the week in a defensive posture versus major rivals, as traders appeared to perceive U.S.-led airstrikes on Syria over the weekend as an isolated event.
Most of the pairs with the JPY, on Friday, created a shooting star on the daily chart. For the past few weeks, JPY was on the back foot and was loosing heavily against major peers. Depreciation of the Yen was supported from both sides: fundamental and technical.
Gold has gained slightly this morning and is approaching important resistance. U.S Crude Oil falls more than 1% and should be watched closely after this weekend’s military action in Syria.
The 1.23 level underneath is a strong support level, just like the general uptrend line below. Once it clears the 1.24 resistance barrier, the market will most certainly move towards the 1.25 level and above.