With the US House backing President Donald Trump’s demand for a $2,000 paycheck, AUDUSD remains positive amid a risk-on mood. The pair failed to justify Trump's signing of the coronavirus (COVID-19) aid package the previous day amid fears that the Senate will turn down his push during the last days in the White House. While Monday’s downbeat performance printed a bearish spinning top on the daily chart, the pair’s ability to stay beyond an upward sloping trend line from November 23 and 21-day SMA confluence, around 0.7500, keeps the AUDUSD buyers hopeful. Also favoring the upside momentum could be the bullish MACD and an absence of the overbought RSI. That said, a short-term falling resistance guards immediate upside around 0.7620 while the monthly top near 0.7640 can probe the optimists afterward.
On the contrary, AUDUSD weakness past-0.7500 can trigger a gradual downpour targeting the early- November top near 0.7340. Though, the December 02 high near 0.7450 and the 0.7400 round-figure can offer intermediate halts during the fall. In a case where the AUDUSD bears dominate past-0.7340, 0.7300 and 0.7220 may restrict the fall en-route November bottom close to 0.6990.