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The EUR/JPY is trading with a bullish bias at 126.285 level, holding mostly over the triple top resistance become support level of 126.169 level. Continuation of a selling trade can extend bullish bias until the 126.560 mark. The pair is also gaining support amid 10 & 20 periods EMA supporting bullish trend continuation in the market. The MACD and RSI are supporting an upward momentum in the EUR/JPY pair. On the hourly chart, we can see the pair has closed bullish engulfing, which may help support the EUR/JPY pair's buying trend. Check out a trading plan below:
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.
The USD/CAD pair is trading with a selling bias at 1.2619 level, facing an immediate resistance around 1.2630 level. The USD/CAD pair is stuck in between a narrow trading range of 1.2630 - 1.2612 level on the two-hourly timeframes. On the lower side, a bearish breakout of 1.2612 level can extend selling bias until the next support level of 1.2580 level. Conversely, an upward crossover of 1.2630 can send the USD/CAD pair further higher until the 1.2665 level. The MACD and RSI are in support of the selling trend today.
The USD/JPY continues to trade sideways in between a wide trading range of 104.340 – 103.560. The USD/JPY has formed a sideways channel on the 4-hour timeframe, and it has the chance of leading the pair towards the next resistance level of 104.800 upon the breakout of 104.810. The 50 periods EMA supports the bullish trend, and we may have odds of taking a buying trade over the 103.570 level today. Good luck!
The AUD/USD currency pair maintained its previous session bullish bias and hit the intra-day high around above mid-0.7700 level mainly due to the all-time high gains in S&P 500 futures, which lent strong support to the perceived risk currency Australian dollar and contributed to the currency pair gains. The market trading sentiment was being supported by the hopes for additional U.S. fiscal stimulus measures and optimism over the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines. Moreover, the currency pair gains were further bolstered by the broad-based U.S. dollar bearish bias, which was triggered by multiple factors.
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The AUD/JPY pair traded bearish, falling from 79.77 level to trade low at 79.50. On the lower side, the AUD/JPY may find support at the 79.50 level, and a bearish breakout of this level can extend selling bias until the 79.14 level. The 10 & 20 periods EMA are supporting selling bias, along with the 50 MACD and RSI indicators. Let's follow a trading plan below:
The AUD/USD failed to stop its previous session bearish moves and hit the one-week around well below 0.7700 level. The cautious sentiment ahead of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden’s office term, as well as the lack of major data/events and a long weekend in the U.S., played their major in undermining the market trading sentiment. The AUD/USD currency pair is currently trading at 0.7669 and consolidating in the range between 0.7659 - 0.7711.
The GBP/USD is trading at 1.3692, and it has closed a Doji candle on the four hourly timeframes, and it may extend a bearish correction in the GBP/USD pair. On the lower side, the support stays at 1.3636 and resistance at 1.3692 and 1.3720 today. The GBP/USD pair’s 10 & 20 periods EMA is supporting bullish bias in the Sterling. The MACD and RSI support bullish bias; therefore, bullish bias dominates over the 1.3646 level today.
The AUD/NZD pair is trading with a bullish bias at 1.07901 level, facing immediate support at 1.07820 level. On the higher side, the pair may find resistance at the 1.07990 level, and a bullish crossover of 1.0799 level can extend the buying trend until the 1.0810 level. The MACD is closing histograms over 0, suggesting bullish bias in the AUD/NZD pair. In any case, the pair can drop until the 1.0782 level before extending further higher. Here's a trade plan...
On Thursday, the AUD/USD trades bullish at 0.7767, and an upward violation of the 0.7778 mark is likely to extend the bullish trend until the next target of the 0.7818 mark. Whereas the support holds around the 0.7722 mark. The RSI and MACD are suggesting bullish sentiment; thus, we have begun a buying trade at the 0.7750 mark.
The EUR/JPY is trading with a bearish bias at the 126.497 level, violating the support level of 126.497, which now is working as a resistance for the EUR/JPY pair. On the lower side, the EUR/JPY pair may find support at the 126.250 level, and further support can be expected at 126.100. The MACD value has crossed below 0, supporting selling bias as histograms are being formed under zero. The recent bearish engulfing candle on the hourly timeframe suggests strong odds of selling the EUR/JPY pair. Let's consider selling trades in the EUR/JPY today.
The GBP/JPY pair trades with a bullish bias at 142.090 level ever since it has violated the triple top resistance level of 141.296. On the higher side, the GBP/JPY pair soar until the next target level of 142.510. The GBP/JPY pair's technical side is supporting strong bullish bias as the 10 & 20 periods EMA are in support of the buying trend. Here's a quick trade plan...
The AUD/USD closed at 0.77738 after placing a high of 0.77772 and a low of 0.76865. The AUD/USD pair recovered on Tuesday after the US dollar came under fresh pressure due to the US's rising political risks.
The EUR/GBP pair is trading with a bearish bias at a 0.8930 level, having violated the support level of 0.8940. The Euro seems to get weaker as the European countries have tightened measures to fight coronavirus after a brief relaxation over the Christmas and New Year period. They have re-imposed lockdowns, closed shops and offices, and introduced laws to make it easier for governments to impose further restrictions to battle the pandemic.
The AUD/USD pair was closed at 0.76953 after placing a high of 0.77604 and a low of 0.76658. AUD/USD pair dropped on Monday amid the rising US dollar prices and the improved risk-off market sentiment in the market. The risk-sensitive Australian dollar suffered due to the rising risk-off market sentiment after the world's second-largest economy entered into restrictions as the number of coronavirus cases rose rapidly. China saw almost 18 new imported infections from overseas, and on Monday, the country in northeastern Heilongjiang province moved into lockdown after reporting new coronavirus infections. It weighed on the risk sentiment that ultimately plunged the risk-sensitive Aussie and dragged the pair AUD/USD on the downside.
35679 and a low of 1.34507. The GBP/USD pair lost ground on Monday and dropped to a fresh 2-weeks lowest level amid the broad-based US dollar strength. The GBP/USD witnessed some selling for the fourth consecutive session on Monday and extended its retracement slide from 33-months highs. The momentum dragged the GBP/USD pair further below as the strong rally in the US Treasury bond yields supported the US dollar. The greenback recovered from nearly three-year lowest level after the treasury yields rally amid the hopes of additional US fiscal stimulus measures. Investors started pricing in the prospects for a more aggressive US fiscal spending in 2021 after the Democratic sweep in the US Senate runoff elections in Georgia.
The yellow metal managed to stop its overnight losses and drew some fresh bids around above mid-$1,800 level as the prevalent downbeat market trading sentiment, triggered by the worsening coronavirus (COVID-19) conditions Sino-US tussle, underpinned the safe-haven metal prices. Though, the equity market losses were further bolstered after the Chinese planned to extend the Hong Kong crackdown after the arrests of nearly 50 democrats during last week, which in turn, provided some additional support to the yellow metal prices.
The strength in the U.S. dollar also dragged the EUR/USD pair lower to the 1.2175 level. For the moment, the EUR/USD is gaining support at the 1.2175 level, and below this, it can dip further until the 1.2130 level. On the higher side, the pair may face resistance at the 1.2216 level. The RSI and MACD support bullish correction, and these may cause a bounce off in the EUR/USD pair until the 1.2216 level. Below 1.2216, we can again see a dip in EUR/USD.
The AUD/USD closed at 0.77665 after placing a high of 0.77984 and a low of 0.77280. The currency pair AUD/USD remained flat throughout the day on Friday and closed its day at the same level it began its day with as the risk rally pushed the pair higher and the US dollar strength dragged the pair AUD/USD lower at the same time.
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.
The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.26879 after placing a high of 1.27334 and a low of 1.26633. The USD/CAD pair rose on Thursday due to a strong rebound of the US dollar and Canada's negative economic data.
The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.26766 after placing a high of 1.27234 and a low of 1.26297. Despite the continuous rise in crude oil prices, the USD/CAD pair posted gains on Wednesday amid the rebound in US dollar prices. After the two-day OPEC+ meeting, Saudi Arabia announced that they would be voluntarily cutting their output in February and March that will amount to 1 million barrels per day. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) 's barrel gained more than 5% and preserved its bullish momentum on Wednesday. The Crude oil prices reached $50.9 per barrel on Wednesday to their highest level in more than ten months and gave strength to commodity-linked Loonie that capped further upside in the currency pair USD/CAD pair.
The AUD/USD pair was closed at 0.78063 after placing a high of 0.78199 and a low of 0.77329. The AUD/USD pair continued its bullish momentum on Wednesday and extended its gains amid the anticipated Democratic win in the US Senate runoff elections in Georgia.
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.
The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.26689 after placing a high of 1.27909 and a low of 1.26556. The currency pair USD/CAD fell to its lowest since 2018 April on rising crude oil prices and the US dollar weakness. Despite Canada's negative economic data and positive data from the US side, the currency pair USD/CAD still moved in the downward direction on Tuesday as investors' focus was shifted on the OPEC meeting and Georgia's runoff elections.
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.
During Tuesday's European trading session, the AUD/USD currency pair succeeded to extend its previous session winning streak and caught some further bids around above 0.7700 level mainly due to the fresh upticks in S&P 500 futures, which tend to underpin the perceived risk currency Australian dollar and contributes to the currency pair gains. Hence, the market trading sentiment got support from the fresh hopes of the coronavirus vaccine and the U.S. covid stimulus.
The AUD/USD continues trading bullish at the 0.7740 level, heading further higher, but only if the Aussie gets to violate the 0.7740 resistance level. The dollar seems to get weaker amid a rising number of coronavirus cases despite the vaccine rollout raised fears and supported the appeal for safe-haven, but the dollar is getting weaker. Ultimately weighed on the risk-sensitive Aussie that added in the losses of the AUDUSD pair.
During Monday's Asian trading session, the precious metal managed to extend its early-day positive performance and remained bullish around above the $1,920 level as the sharp rise in global COVID-19 cases and the possibility of more countries imposing tighter restrictions tend to underpin the safe-haven yellow metal. Meanwhile, the broad-based U.S. dollar weakness, triggered by the market upbeat mood, also played its key role in underpinning the gold prices as the price of gold is inversely related to the price of the U.S. dollar. However, the market trading sentiment was being supported by the optimism surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine, Brexit headlines, and the U.S. covid aid package.
The USD/CAD pair was opened at 1.27142, and it has placed a high of 1.27358 and a low of 1.26950 since then. The pair was currently moving at 1.27035 and was posting losses on Monday for the 5th consecutive session. The losses in the USD/CAD pair during the Asian session on Monday could be attributed to the US dollar's weakness along with the rising crude oil prices on the day. The deteriorated risk-sentiment could also be a factor behind the USD/CAD pair's declining prices on Monday.
The EUR/USD is trading with a bearish bias today at the 1.2248 level, having violated the upward trendline at the 1.2252 level. Closing of candles below this trendline confirms a breakout, and there's a strong odd of selling trend's continuation until 1.2203. The next support may be found around the 1.2175 level below this, along with resistance at 1.2258 and 1.2313. The 50 periods EMA is likely to extend resistance at the 1.2262 level, and supporting the selling trend in the EUR/USD today; however, we are taking a buying trade as the pair is forming Doji, and it may bounce off to continue trading bullish.
The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.27513 after placing a high of 1.28269 and a low of 1.27493. The currency pair USD/CAD extended its losses on Wednesday for the 3rd consecutive day amid the US dollar's weakness and rising crude oil prices. The bearish momentum surrounding the currency pair USD/CAD remained intact due to the unbeatable selling pressure around the greenback and a stronger Canadian dollar on the back of rising crude oil prices amid the improved risk sentiment in the market.
The GBP/USD pair was closed at 1.36245 after placing a high of 1.36255 and a low of 1.34888. The British Pound to U.S. Dollar exchange rate climbed to weekly highs as the U.K. Parliament voted for the Brexit trade deal. Barely 24 hours before the U.K.'s final split from the European Union, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's post-Brexit trade deal won approval from the U.K. Parliament. The agreement earlier crossed the House of Commons with 521 votes in favor of 73 opposing it. The Scottish National Party (SNP) was against the bills while stating that it will harm Scotland's fishing industry and told PM Johnson that it would bolster the case for independence.
Today in the early European trading session, the GBP/USD currency pair managed to maintain its bullish bias through the first half of the Asian session and remained bullish around above the mid-1.3500 level. However, the bullish trend was mainly sponsored by the selling tone surrounding the US dollar, which fell to fresh multi-year lows amid increasing bets about the possibility of additional financial aid in the US. Apart from this, the losses in the greenback were further bolstered after the US registered the first case of the covid variant, which instantly put doubt over the US economic recovery and undermined the US dollar.
The AUD/USD closed at 0.75809 after placing a high of 0.76223 and a low of 0.75570. After placing bullish moves for two consecutive days, the AUD/USD pair fell after a long weekend despite the rising risk-on market sentiment amid the rebound in the greenback. The US President Donald Trump raised the global markets on Monday after signing the coronavirus stimulus bill that was long-awaited and has been under negotiations since May. Though his demand for $2000 paychecks and removal of section 230 was currently under debate in the Senate, the US Treasury has already said to disburse $600 weekly paychecks.
A day before, the USD/CAD opened at 1.28497, and it has placed a high of 1.28602 and a low of 1.28277 so far. The USD/CAD pair dropped on Monday amid the US dollar's weakness and the rising crude oil prices. The USD/CAD pair dropped on Monday on the first day of the new trading week as the market's risk sentiment was improved and supported the risk perceived Canadian Dollar. The risk sentiment in the market was high due to the latest Brexit trade-deal optimism and was further supported by the news of the US stimulus bill.
The AUD/USD opened at 0.75996, and it has placed a high of 0.76185 and a low of 0.75824 so far. AUD/USD pair seemed to extend its previous gains after moving in a bullish trend for two consecutive sessions on Monday. The upward momentum in the AUD/USD pair could be attributed to the US dollar weakness and rising risk sentiment in the market after a long weekend. The main reason behind the improved risk sentiment and the US dollar weakness was the news that US President Donald Trump has signed the second stimulus relief bill on Sunday.
During Friday's Asian trading session, the yellow metal prices failed to extend their overnight winning streak. They edged lower around the $1,880 level mainly due to the upbeat market sentiment, which tends to undermine the yellow-metal prices as investors continuing a retreat from the safe-haven asset after progress in U.S. stimulus measures and Brexit talks. Elsewhere, the reason behind the risk-on market sentiment could also be associated with the expectations for global economic recovery on potential coronavirus vaccines.
The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.27217 after placing a high of 1.27504 and a low of 1.26884. The currency pair USD/CAD dropped on Thursday amid the rising crude oil prices and the US dollar weakness. The USD/CAD pair came back to declining momentum after reversing from Wednesday's high above 1.2790. The Canadian dollar benefited from a weaker US dollar and rising crude oil prices on Thursday that dragged the currency pair USD/CAD on the downside. On Thursday, the US dollar was weak across the board amid the combination of rising hopes for US stimulus, a rising number of coronavirus cases, increased bond purchases by Fed, and the disappointing jobs report from the US labor department.
The AUD/USD closed at 0.76263 after placing a high of 0.76393 and a low of 0.75668. The AUD/USD rose above the 0.76300 level on Thursday to its highest level since June 2018 amid the broad-based weakness of the US dollar and the rising risk sentiment in the market. The risk-sensitive Aussie benefited from the market's broadly positive risk appetite that raised the Wall streets' main indexes added in the gains of AUD/USD pair. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite indices hit an all-time high on Thursday and added in the risk sentiment that gave strength to risk perceived Aussie.
The yellow metal gold price continued to extend their previous day's bullish bias and took some modest offers around the $1,888.93 level—the bullion prices battle Wednesday's high despite a U-turn from $1,844 post-Fed. However, the modest downtrend in the yellow-metal prices was mainly tied to the optimism surrounding U.S. coronavirus (COVID-19) stimulus and the upbeat Brexit headlines, which kept the market trading sentiment positive and undermined the safe-haven metal prices.
The EUR/USD bullish bias continues to dominate the market as it's trading at 1.2225. On the higher side, the EUR/USD may target the 1.2250 level and 1.2282 resistance areas. The direct currency pair may find support at 1.2175, which is extended by a double top resistance, which now is working as a support. The MACD and RSI are supporting bullish bias along with the 50 periods EMA. We can expect a continuation of a bullish trend in the EUR/USD today.
The USD/CAD pair was closed at 1.27392 after placing a high of 1.27892 and a low of 1.26931. The currency pair USD/CAD raised on Wednesday despite the weakness of the US dollar and rising crude oil prices amid the dovish comments from Governor of Bank of Canada Tiff Macklem.
During Wednesday's Asian trading session, the yellow metal prices extended their bullish overnight rally and remained well bids around above the $1,850 level. Let me remind you that the bullion prices surged more than $20 an ounce for their biggest one-day gain in a week. However, the bullish sentiment around the gold prices was being supported by the weaker U.S. dollar as the price of gold is inversely related to the price of the U.S. dollar.