|Day's Range||0.994 - 0.996|
|52 Week Range||0.9189 - 1.0067|
Investing.com - This week investors will get the chance on Wednesday to parse through the minutes of the Federal Reserve’s August meeting, when it left interest rates unchanged and indicated that it remains on track for additional rate hikes this year.
Investing.com - The dollar was flat against its rivals Thursday, pressured by a bout of mixed U.S. economic data and improving risk sentiment after the U.S. confirmed trade talks with China would resume.
Investing.com - The dollar steadied against its rivals at 13-month highs Wednesday, but gains were limited by rising demand for safe-haven yen on fears turmoil in Turkey could spill over into other markets.
Investing.com - The dollar rose against its rivals to an 18-month high Tuesday, supported by a slump in the euro as concerns over Turkey's vulnerable economy persisted despite a rebound in the lira.
While break of 1.1510-1.1500 dragged the EURUSD to thirteen-month low, the 200-week SMA, at 1.1355 now, is likely offering an intermediate halt to the pair’s south-run towards the 1.1300-1.1280 horizontal-region. In case the quote refrains to respect the 1.1280 rest-point, the 1.1210 and the 1.1120 might entertain the sellers. Alternatively, the 1.1440-50 may restrict the pair’s immediate advances before highlighting the 1.1500-1.1510 support-turned-resistance. Given the buyers’ ability to surpass 1.1510 barrier, the 1.1565-70 and the 1. ...
Investing.com - The euro was trading at more than one-year lows on Monday as a crash in the Turkish lira roiled global markets amid fears that the country’s financial crisis could spread to European markets.
Investing.com - The dollar was flat against its rivals Wednesday, pressured by a stronger yen as trade-war fears resurfaced after China vowed to slap further tariffs on a raft of U.S. goods.
Having reversed from 112.15-20 horizontal-resistance, the USDJPY now rests on 50-day SMA level of 110.80, which if broken on a daily closing basis could further fetch the quote downwards to 110.55 and 110.25-20 support-zone. In case the pair refrains to respect the 110.20 mark, its plunge to 100-day SMA level of 109.55 and a consecutive south-run to 109.00 can be expected. Should prices take a U-turn from 50-day SMA, the 111.40 may offer immediate resistance to the pair before highlighting the 112.15-20 area again. However, a D1 close beyond 112.20 might not hesitate challenging the 112. ...
Notwithstanding the break of six-week long symmetrical triangle support, EURUSD pulled itself back from 1.1530 rest-point to confront the support-turned-resistance, at 1.1615 now. If the pair manage to post a daily closing beyond 1.1615, the 1.1645 and the 50-day SMA level of 1.1670 can try challenging the buyers, failing to which could propel prices towards the descending trend-line figure of 1.1730. In case the pair refrains to surpass the 1.1615 hurdle, the BPC (Break-Pullback-Continuation) pattern may reprint 1.1530 on the chart but the 1.1510-1. ...
Investing.com - The dollar edged higher against its rivals Monday amid investor worries about an escalating U.S.-China trade tensions and a slump in the pound to an 11-month low.
Monday starts with a setup that was frequently mentioned by us on our Trading Sniper videos that we post here daily – CHFJPY. What we are having here is a double top pattern, formed on the super important horizontal resistance on the 112.80 (red).
Investing.com - The dollar rose against its rivals Thursday on upbeat labor market data and a slump in the pound, despite the Bank of England raising rates for the first time this year.
First one is the Currency market, with the EURCHF. Most recently, EURCHF broke the lower line of the wedge and the neckline of the H&S formation. With this, we should be aiming lower to the long-term up trendline and the horizontal support on the 66.6 USD/bbl.
Having reversed from 1.1620, the EURUSD crossed the seven-week-old descending trend-line, around 1.1735-40 now, that favors the pair’s further advances in the direction to the 1.1790 and the 1.1810 resistances. Alike EURUSD, the GBPUSD’s up-moves are likely to be questioned by short-term symmetrical triangle resistance, at 1.3180, breaking which the 1.3215-20 and the 1.3290 may mark their presence on the chart. Bank of Japan’s failure to comply with speculations for its monetary policy tightening activated the USDJPY’s U-turn from two-month long ascending trend-line, which in-turn favors brighter chances of the pair’s recovery to 111.90 and then to the 112.15-20 horizontal-region.
First one is the USDJPY, where we do have an inverse head and shoulders formation and the breakout of the neckline. Broken up trendline was tested as a resistance and price made a shooting star on the daily chart. Now, most probably, we are going to test this area as the closest resistance.
Unless breaking seven-week old ascending trend-line, at 0.9890 now, the USDCHF is less likely to extend its recent pullback towards 0.9850 and the 0.9820 support-levels. Alike USDCHF, the EURCHF’s downside is also capped by the immediate support, herein it is the 1.1595-85 zone, that may trigger the pair’s U-turn towards nearby TL resistance figure of 1.1615. GBPCHF’s recovery from nine-month old ascending trend-line may support the pair to aim for the 1.3125 and the 50-day SMA level of 1.3165 but a downward slanting TL stretched since April can confine its further upside around 1.3210.
Silver started this week with a breakout of the lower line of the wedge, which in theory, gave us a strong sell signal. Buyers try to deny that today and they initiate a reversal, which potentially can create us a right shoulder of the inverse head and shoulders formation. On the weekly chart, we do have a shooting star bouncing from the horizontal resistance.
Investing.com - The pound dropped below the $1.30 level on Thursday as a result of an unexpected drop in consumer spending in June, further slimming the chances of a Bank of England rate hike in August.
Investing.com – The dollar was unchanged against its rivals Wednesday as gains on the back of a slump in the pound were offset by soft U.S. economic data showing subdued housing market activity.
Investing.com – The dollar rose against its rivals Tuesday, as Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell gave lawmakers a positive assessment of the economy, and expects to continue raising interest rates gradually.
Should prices manage to defy the triangle pattern by conquering 1.1770 resistance, the 1.1835-40 horizontal-region may gain buyers’ attention. GBPUSD is another major which recently bounced off the support and is currently rising to confront near-term important resistance. Herein, the 1.3090-1.3100 is crucial support whereas two-month old descending trend-line at 1.3310 acts as resistance.
One of the most technical setups can be seen on the USDCHF, where Friday ended with a bearish shooting star pattern. The place, where this pattern is present is not random as it is a long-term horizontal resistance (orange). In the smaller time frames, that shooting star is additionally shaped like the head and shoulders formation, which strengtheners the sell signal.
Investing.com – The dollar was slightly lower against its rivals Monday, as in-line U.S. retail sales data, and slightly better than forecast regional manufacturing activity provided little impetus for upside in the greenback.
Investing.com – The dollar retreated from a two-week high against its rivals Friday, pressured by a rebound in the pound from an 11-day low.