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Sunday, April 27, 2014

Daily analysis of major pairs for April 28, 2014

The perpetual weakness on the USD/JPY has resulted in a ‘sell’ signal. This week, the price may reach the demand level at 101.50.  

EUR/USD:  This market traded in a range last week, but the bulls are now gaining upper hands. The price is now showing some bullish determination, but the determination would be clearer when the price closes above the resistance line at 1.3850. Should this become possible, the target for this week would be at the resistance line of 1.3900.


USD/CHF: When the EUR/USD goes upwards, the USD/CHF would have nowhere to go but south. In fact, there has been an initial bearish indication in the chart – which would become very sensible when the price closes below the support level at 0.8800. Should this become possible, the target for the week would be at the support level at 0.8750.

GBP/USD:  The Cable is still bullish and it may go further upwards this week, for this is what is expected to follow the recent consolidation in the market. The price needs to stay cleanly above the market territory at 1.6800, while it tries to go towards the distribution territory at 1.6900.

USD/JPY:  The perpetual weakness on the USD/JPY has resulted in a ‘sell’ signal. This week, the price may reach the demand level at 101.50.  There are supply levels at 102.50 and 103.00. The supply levels would act as barriers to sudden rallies that could threaten the novel bearish signal.

EUR/JPY: This market is not yet attractive; so it is OK to stay aside until there is a directional movement. The most probable direction is southward, especially when the price goes below the demand zone at 141.00. 

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InstaForex Companies Group


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