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AUD/USD Succeeded to Stop Its Overnight Losses – Combination Of Factors...

During Monday's early Asian trading session, the AUD/USD currency pair succeeded to stop its overnight losing streak and caught some sharp bids around above mid-0.7200 level mainly due to the risk-on market sentiment, which tend to support the observed risk currency Australian dollar and offers to the currency pair gains. Therefore, Democratic candidate Joe Biden's victory in the U.S. presidential elections was supported by the market trading bias. Aside from this, the market trading sentiment was further supported by Brexit's confidence, which boosted the currency pair. Across the pond, the broad-based U.S. dollar selling bias, triggered by the marker risk-on sentiment, also played its major role in supporting the currency pair. 

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 Bullish Channel Support Assie – Quick Update

The AUD/USD currency pair failed to extend its previous day bullish moves and took fresh offers near below the 0.7250 level mainly due to prevalent risk-off market sentiment, triggered by the worsening coronavirus (COVID-19) conditions in the U.S. and the U.K., which exerted some selling pressure on the perceived riskier Aussie and dragged the currency pair below 0.7000 marks. 

USD/CAD Bearish Price Action Continues – Downward Channel In Play! 

The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.30425 after placing a high of 1.31781 and a low of 1.30280. The USD/CAD pair dropped to its lowest since 1st September on the back of U.S. dollar weakness triggered by the expectations of Biden victory in the U.S. presidential elections.

EURAUD Bounces in a Demand Zone

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AUD/USD Bounces off Support 0.7155 – Good time to go long?

The AUD/USD pair was closed at 0.71864 after placing a high of 0.72218 and a low of 0.70484. The pair AUD/USD rose to its highest since 12th October on Wednesday amid the U.S. political uncertainty after the election results seemed tighter than expected.

USD/CAD Testing Triple Bottom – Is It Good time to go...

The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.31332 after placing a high of 1.32991 and a low of 1.30953. The USD/CAD pair rose to a daily high of 1.3300 during the Asian session on Wednesday but reversed in the late session and converted gains into modest losses.

USD/CAD Extended Overnight Gains & Hit the Intra-Day – Elections In...

Today in the Asian trading session, the USD/CAD currency pair managed to stop its three-day downtrend and witnessed some heavy buying around above mid-1.3200 level, mainly due to the broad-based U.S. dollar strength. However, the bullish sentiment around the U.S. dollar was being supported by President Donald Trump's victory in Florida, which pushed the currency pair intraday high. 

AUD/USD Reverse Overnight Bearish Moves – Eyes on 0.7206 Resistance! 

The AUD/USD currency pair succeeded to stop its overnight declining streak and drew some modest bids around above mid-0.7000 level mainly due to the risk-on market sentiment, which tends to underpin the perceived risk currency Australian dollar and contributes to the currency pair gains. Hence, the market trading sentiment was being supported by upbeat activity data from the U.S., China, and Europe, which rekindled economic recovery hopes and underpinned the market risk-tone. 

USD/CAD Heading for Triple Bottom Support – Brace for the Buying...

The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.32158 after placing a high of 1.33702 and a low of 1.32153. The USD/CAD pair dropped on Monday after posting gains for three consecutive sessions. Despite the broad-based U.S. dollar strength, the USD/CAD pair fell on Monday and posted sharp losses on the back of the strength of the Canadian Dollar and rising crude oil prices.

USD/CHF Set for Bearish Correction – U.S. Elections in Play!  

During Tuesday's Early Asian trading session, the USD/CHF extended its overnight losses and remain depressed around just above the 0.9167 support level mainly due to the broad-based U.S. dollar weakness. However, the prevalent downtrend in the greenback is mainly tied to the upbeat activity numbers from the U.S., China, and Europe, which rekindled economic recovery hopes and kept market trading sentiment positive. Moreover, the political uncertainty in the U.S. also weighs on the already weaker U.S. dollar, which adds further burden around the currency pair.

EUR/USD Regression Channel Continues to Drive Selling – Update on Signal! 

The EUR/USD pair was closed at 1.16445 after placing a high of 1.17041 and a low of 1.16398. The EUR/USD pair extended its losses for the 5th consecutive day on Friday and remained bearish throughout the day. The main driver behind the steepest fall in Euro currency this week was the market concerns about the rising number of coronavirus infections in Europe and the effects of the social distancing measures to curb them. 

USD/CAD Upward Channel to Support the pair – Brace for Buy...

The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.33219 after placing a high of 1.33483 and a low of 1.32795. On Friday, the currency pair USD/CAD remained confined in a consolidated range throughout the day. The USD/CAD pair dropped in an earlier trading session on Friday amid the strong Canadian GDP and other economic data. However, the pair started falling in late session due to the declining crude oil prices on the day. Meanwhile, the US dollar was strong over the board ahead of the US Presidential elections and the strong macroeconomic data on the day.

AUD/USD Fails to Stop Previous Week Sharp Losses – Quick Intraday...

During Monday's early Asian trading hours, the AUD/USD currency pair failed to stop its previous week's bearish moves and took further offers near well below the 0.7000 level mainly due to prevalent risk-off market sentiment, triggered by the worsening coronavirus (COVID-19) conditions in Europe and the U.K., which exerted some selling pressure on the perceived riskier Aussie and dragged the currency pair below 0.7000 marks. However, the global risk sentiment was further pressured by the fading hopes of additional U.S. fiscal stimulus. 

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.

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

The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.33195 after placing a high of 1.33896 and a low of 1.32777. On Thursday, the USD/CAD pair moved higher in the early trading session due to the rising demand for the U.S. dollar and declining crude oil prices on the day. However, the gains in USD/CAD failed to remain until the end of the day, and the pair lost all of its gains at the late trading session on Thursday and provided a flat movement for the session.

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.

USD/CAD Extended Overnight Gaining Streak – Is It Time to go...

Today in the early Asian trading session, the USD/CAD currency pair extended its previous session bullish bias and hit the session high around above 1.3300 level. However, the bullish sentiment around the currency pair was being supported by a pickup in the U.S. dollar demand and the ongoing drop in crude oil prices, which tend to undermine demand for the commodity-linked currency – the loonie. Hence, the broad-based U.S. dollar succeeded in gaining some positive traction on the day amid growing market worries about surging coronavirus cases in Europe and the United States, which keeps the market trading sentiment under pressure and undermined the safe-haven U.S. dollar. In addition to this, the long-lasting impasse over the next round of the U.S. fiscal stimulus measures added further burden on investors' sentiment and benefitted the USD's status as the global reserve currency. Across the pond, the reason for the currency pair bullish bias could also be attributed to the weaker crude oil prices, which undermined the demand for the commodity-linked currency the loonie and contributed to the currency pair gains. As of writing, the USD/CAD currency pair is currently trading at 1.3320 and consolidating in the range between 1.3319 - 1.3326.

EURNZD Moves in an Expanding Triangle

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USD/JPY Takes Dip Amid Downward Channel – Brace for Selling! 

During the Europen session, the USD/JPY continues trading lower amid a downward channel at 102.298 level. The USD/JPY pair moved in a bearish direction and posted big losses on Tuesday. The USD/JPY pair was down on Tuesday amid the broad-based U.S. dollar weakness along with the rising risk-averse market sentiment on the back of fresh tensions between the U.S. and China. The safe-haven appeal was also supported by the rising number of coronavirus cases and lockdowns that drove the stock market on the downside and weighed on the USD/JPY pair as well.

USD/CAD Continues Trading Bullish – Upward Channel In Play! 

The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.31832 after placing a high of 1.32119 and a low of 1.31420. The USD/CAD pair reversed its previous day move and fell on Tuesday to post losses. The USD/CAD pair dropped on Tuesday amid the broad-based US dollar weakness and the rising crude oil prices. However, the USD/CAD pair's losses were recovered in the late American session after the release of American macroeconomic data and ahead of the Bank of Canada's interest rate decision.

AUD/CAD Breaking Below Upward Channel – Is there a Sell Trade?

The USD/CAD extended its previous session bullish bias and hit the session high around above 0.9416 level. However, the bullish sentiment around the currency pair was being supported by a modest pickup in the ongoing drop in crude oil prices, which tend to undermine demand for the commodity-linked currency – the loonie. Hence, the broad-based U.S. dollar managed to gain some positive traction on the day amid growing market worries about surging coronavirus cases in Europe and the United States, which keeps the market trading sentiment under pressure and undermined the greenback. 

AUD/USD Breaking Below Upward Channel – Is there a Sell Trade?

The AUD/USD pair was closed at 0.71185 after placing a high of 0.71461 and a low of 0.71025. The AUD/USD pair fell on Monday and gave a bearish candle for the day. The AUD/USD pair struggled to find a direction throughout Monday however it pared to its losses amid the broad-based US dollar strength in late American hours. The risk-averse market sentiment after the rising number of coronavirus cases across the globe and the deadlock over the US stimulus package caused a surge in the greenback due to its safe-haven status.

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.