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USD/CHF Heading North to Complete 38.2% Fibonacci Level – Brace for...

The USD/CHF trade is sharply bearish to drop until the 0.8885 level, holding above a support level of 0.8880 amid a stronger U.S. dollar. The tussle between China and the U.S. kept gaining market attention and challenged the market risk tone. As per the latest report, the Trump administration was preparing sanctions on at least a dozen Chinese officials in the wake of their alleged role in China's disqualification of elected opposition legislators in Hong Kong.

EUR/JPY Breaks Below Descending Triangle – Brace for Selling! 

The EUR/JPY failed to extend its early-day bearish moves and rose well above 119.820 support levels, mainly due to bullish correction. It seems like a sharp rise in the coronavirus cases in Europe and on-going tensions between the EU-US undermined the shared currency and kept a lid on any additional gains in the pair, at least for now. Currently, the EUR/JPY trading at 120, holding right below an immediate resistance level of 120.193. However, the hopes of the European Union (E.U.) Recovery Fund deal kept the positive tone around EUR/JPY pair high.

EUR/JPY Breaking Over Intraday Resistance – Buy Setup In-Play

During Monday's Asian trading session, the EUR/JPY currency pair managed to gain positive traction and edged higher above the 130.00 level due to the market risk-on mood, which tends to undermine the safe-haven Japanese yen and contributes to the currency pair gains. Hence, the upbeat market sentiment was supported by optimism over a potential vaccine/treatment for the highly infectious coronavirus, which boosted the sentiment around the shared currency and helped the currency pair to stay bid. 

GBP/JPY Supported Over Upward Trendline – Buy Signal Update

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GBP/USD Sell Trade Continues – Three Sell Signals! 

The GBP/USD pair continues trading sideways between a narrow trading range of 1.3740 - 1.3703 level. On the lower side, a bearish breakout of 1.3703 level can extend the selling trend until the next support level of 1.3679 level. Conversely, the bullish crossover of 1.3740 can extend buying trend until the 1.3775 level. Let's keep an eye on the 1.3700 level today.

AUD/USD Stop Its Overnight Sharp Losses – Brace for Correction! 

During Thursday's early Asian trading hours, the AUD/USD currency pair failed to stop its overnight bearish moves and hit the intra-day low around well below 0.7050 level despite the hotter-than-expected Australian consumer inflation figures, which showed that Australia's headline CPI increased 1.6% QoQ during the 3rd-quarter as against a 1.9% contraction in the previous quarter.

AUD/USD Supported Over 0.7515 Level – Is It Good Time to...

The AUD/USD pair was closed at 0.75324 after placing a high of 0.75779 and a low of 0.75243. After placing gains for three consecutive days, the AUD/USD pair dropped on Monday despite the market's risk flows. After rising above the highest level since June 2018, the AUD/USD pair saw heavy technical selling in the market. The pair reached above the 0.75700 level and faced heavy selling pressure as the investors started to take profits from their trades. The profit-taking overshadowed the market's risk flows, and the pair AUD/USD continued falling on Monday. 

AUD/USD Plunges to Complete Retracement – Quick Trade Plan! 

The AUD/USD pair was closed at 0.77604 after placing a high of 0.7773 and a low of 0.76607. Despite the positive macroeconomic data from the US and the rising demand for safe-haven, the currency pair AUD/USD rose higher onboard amid the US dollar's weakness. The greenback weakened after the beginning of the American session, and the US Dollar Index fell to its two-year lowest level at 89.44 on Tuesday ahead of the Georgia runoff election's result. The Senate election will decide who will control the upper chamber of the US Congress. The incoming Democratic President, Joe Biden, will need the two seats to control the US Senate. The Republican Party has been controlling the US Senate since 2014, and if the Democratic Party wins this election, it would be beneficial for them.

EUR/JPY on a Bullish Run – Bullish Engulfing Plays!

Entry Price – Buy 121.763

Daily F.X. Analysis, December 08 – Top Trade Setups In Forex...

On the news front, the market is likely to remain muted in the absence of high impact events. Italian banks will be closed in observance of Immaculate Conception Day while the Frend Trade Balance, European Revised GDP q/q, and German ZEW Economic Sentiment will remain in the highlights today.

USD/CAD Gains Support Over 1.3170 – Can Bullish Engulfing Drive Bounce...

The USD/CAD was closed at 1.31927 after placing a high of 1.32374 and a low of 1.31770. Overall the movement of the USD/CAD pair remained bearish during the Aisan session today. Most of the selling is seen following the gains in USD/CAD for three consecutive days. The USD/CAD pair posted losses on Friday amid the mixed sentiment around the US stimulus package and Canada's strong data. On late Thursday, President Trump said that he was raising the size of a fiscal stimulus package to win the support of Democrats to deliver the package to struggling Americans. The republicans were not in favor of big stimulus, and it raised concerns that the stimulus package will not be delivered before elections.

USD/CAD Breaks Below 1.3600 – Quick Update on Trading Signal!

Today in the European trading session, the USD/CAD currency pair flashed red and hit the intra-day low to 1.3575 level due to the risk-on market sentiment, which undermined the broad-based U.S. dollar and sent the currency pair lower. The reason for the losses in the pair could also be attributed to the upticks in the crude oil prices that underpinned the commodity-linked currency the Loonie and contributed to the currency pair declines.

AUD/USD Maintain Bullish Streak Despite Risk-off Sentiment – Trade Plan!  

Today in the Asian trading session, the AUD/USD currency pair erased some of its earlier gains but still trading on the bullish track and taking rounds just closer to the 0.7250 level, mainly due to the broad-based U.S. dollar weakness. Hence, the broad-based U.S. dollar was being pressured by the doubts persist over the global economic recovery from COVID-19. This, in turn, undermined the greenback and contributed to the currency pair gains. 

USD/JPY Breaking Above Downward Channel – Update on Signal!

During Monday's European trading session, the USD/JPY currency pair succeeded in stopping its early-day losses and took some modest bids above the 107.00 marks. However, the currency pair is trading with a mild bullish bias mainly due to the risk-on market sentiment triggered by incoming positive economic data, which raised hopes of a swift economic recovery and remained supportive of the upbeat market mood. However, the risk-on market sentiment undermined the safe-haven Japanese yen and provided a modest lift to the USD/JPY pair.

EUR/CHF Descending Triangle Pattern – Time to Place a Sell Limit!  

The EUR/CHF is facing strong resistance around 1.05730, which is mostly extended by a downward trendline on the 4-hour timeframe. The 50 periods EMA is keeping the EUR/CHF pair around 1.0578. The Euro as a signal currency is still staying bearish in the wake of an increased number of COVID 19 cases around the globe.  

USD/JPY Double Bottom and MACD Crossover – Quick Update on Signal! 

The USD/JPY currency pair broke its previous session consolidation range near 106.70-75 region and rose above 107.00 level mainly due to the risk-on market sentiment, which undermined the safe-haven Japanese yen and contributed to the currency pair gains. On the flip side, the broad-based US dollar edged lower on the day backed by the lack of safe-haven demand in the market kept a lid on any additional gains in the currency pair. 

EOS Consolidates on the Leading Diagonal Pattern

The EOS prices develop a bullish sequence following the Elliott wave structure of a leading diagonal pattern, which began on the March low at 1.4200.

USD/CAD Bullish Channel Breakout – Potential Buying Trade! 

The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.31379 after placing a high of 1.31771 and a low of 131235. The USD/CAD pair remained flat throughout the day as it ended its day at the same level it started its day at 1.31378.

EURGBP Could Start a New Rally


USD/CAD Breaking Underneath Double Bottom Support – Brace for Sell! 

The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.30589 after placing a high of 1.30967 and a low of 1.30192. The USD/CAD fell to its lowest since 1st September on Friday before rising and posting gains for the day.

AUD/USD Breaks Below Upward Channel – Braceof Sell Upon Retracement! 

During Thursday's early European trading hours, the AUD/USD currency pair failed to stop its previous session bearish moves and took further offers near well below 0.7100 level, mainly due to the disappointing release of employment details, which showed that Australia's economy lost 29.5K jobs in September. This, in turn, undermined the Asutliann dollar and contributed to the currency pair declines. Apart from this, the increasing probabilities of an interest rate cut by the Reserve Bank of Australia in November also played its major role in undermining the Australian dollar. Across the pond, the prevalent risk-off market sentiment, triggered by the worsening coronavirus (COVID-19) conditions in Europe and the U.K., exerted some additional pressure on the perceived riskier Aussie and dragged the currency pair below 0.7100 mars.

USD/JPY Taking Mild Bids Despite Upbeat Tokyo CPI Data!

USD/JPY Taking Mild Bids Despite Upbeat Tokyo CPI Data!

GBP/USD Sideways Channel Breakout – Quick Update on Signal! 

Earlier today, the GBP/USD flashed green and rose from three-week lows to just below mid-1.2400 level following Friday's upbeat U.K. retail sales figures, which underpinned the British Pound and contributed to the currency pair gains. The broad-based U.S. dollar weakness triggered by the risk-on market sentiment also played a key role in the pair's bullish trend. The GBP/USD is currently trading at 1.2380, as it has violated the consolidation range of 1.2405 and 1.2456.

AUD/USD Double Top Breakout – Quick Update on Buy Signal!

Entry Price – Buy 0.70425

USDCAD Buy Limit

USDCAD Limit Buy entry at 1.4050 with a target of 1.4525 and SL of 1.3980

AUD/USD Ascending Triangle Pattern – NFP Figures Ahead! 

The AUD/USD pair was closed at 0.77661 after placing a high of 0.78171 and a low of 0.77661. After rising for two consecutive days, the AUD/USD pair dropped on Thursday amid the US dollar's strength and rising safe-haven demand in the market.

GBP/USD Bounces off Support Level – Reason We Closed Signal Manually! 

The GBP/USD pair was closed at 1.27253 after placing a high of 1.27769 and a low of 1.26749. Overall the movement of the GBP/USD pair remained flat throughout the day. The GBP/USD pair remained flat due to mixed movements throughout the trading session. The pair closed its day at the same level it started its day with. In the first trading session, the pair continued to decline due to the strong US dollar and the UK's coronavirus situation. However, the renewed Brexit hopes from Michel Barnier gave strength to the British Pound that recovered all of its daily losses and ended the GBP/USD pair's day with a flat movement.

USD/CAD Succeeded to Stop Bearish Streak – Quick Update on Signal! 

Today in the Asian trading session, the USD/CAD currency pair managed to stop its previous day bearish rally and edged higher around well above the 1.3300 level on the day. However, the bullish sentiment around the currency pair was being supported by the combination of factors, and as the broad-based U.S. dollar is back in demand on the day in reaction to a confusing end of the U.S. presidential debate, as well as the U.S. dollar gained further support after the release of upbeat U.S. macro data, which kept the currency pair higher. 

GBPUSD Reacts in the Supply Zone


AUD/USD Choppy Session Continues – Brace for Breakout Signal! 

The AUD/USD pair was closed at 0.70309 after placing a high of 0.70757 and a low of 0.70021. The AUD/USD pair extended its previous daily losses on Thursday and dropped further below towards its lowest level since May 19th. The decline in the AUD/USD pair was understandable ahead of the next week's massive risk events. The Reserve Bank of Australia and the US election on the same day. The currency pair started rushing towards the crucial support at the 0.700 handle due to the strength of the US dollar.

USDCHF Intraday Upward Breakout


USD/CAD Bouncing off Over 1.2728 – Do We Have a Buying...

The USD/CAD currency pair failed to stop its Asian session losing streak and remain depressed around the 1.2735 level, mainly due to the U.S. dollar weakness. However, the prevalent downtrend in the greenback is mainly tied to the Federal Reserve's expectations would keep rates low for a prolonged period. Meanwhile, the optimism over a possible coronavirus vaccine and the probability of an additional U.S. financial aid package also played its major role in weakening the greenback, which adds further burden around the currency pair.