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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Daily analysis of major pairs for July 28, 2014

The bullish trend on the USD/CHF is now very strong. Interestingly, the market has tested the resistance level at 0.9050, and with the continuation of the trend, the market may go towards the resistance level at 0.9100.

EUR/USD:  The bearish outlook on the EUR/USD is currently very strong. On Friday, July 25, 2014, the price closed at 1.3428, in a serious bearish tone. The price is currently trading below the resistance line at 1.3450. The price may then go towards the support line at 1.3400.


USD/CHF: The bullish trend on the USD/CHF is now very strong. Interestingly, the market has tested the resistance level at 0.9050, and with the continuation of the trend, the market may go towards the resistance level at 0.9100. This is the target for this week, and it is prudent to seek long trades now.  

GBP/USD:  The Cable dropped by up to 130 pips last week, as a result of the perceived weakness on it. The clear Bearish Confirmation Pattern in the chart ensures that the probability of the price going further downwards is great. The market may first test the accumulation territory at 1.6950; it may then go towards the accumulation territory at 1.6900.

USD/JPY:  This is a bull market, but the possibility of significant bullish movement would be limited, and therefore, intraday traders and scalpers may want to take their profits at the supply level of 102.00.  This is a level where the price could have a deep pullback, unless the buyers are seriously willing to push the price past that supply level.

EUR/JPY:  As it was mentioned on Friday, the supply zone at 137.00 would challenge the latest rally in the context of a downtrend. The demand zone at 136.50 could be retested: it could even be breached to the downside, as the price goes towards the demand zone at 136.00

Performed by Azeez Mustapha,
Analytical expert
InstaForex Companies Group



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