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MTrading Team • 2024-02-06

AUDUSD bears can ignore post-RBA rebound from 11-week low

AUDUSD bears can ignore post-RBA rebound from 11-week low

AUDUSD prints the first daily gain in three while bouncing off the lowest level since mid-November after the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) kept the benchmark rates unchanged. The corrective bounce also justified the RSI (14) line’s rebound from the oversold territory. However, the bearish MACD signals and the previous week’s confirmation of the Head-and-Shoulders (H&S) bearish chart pattern keeps the Aussie pair sellers unless the quote jumps back beyond a convergence of the neckline and the 100-SMA, around 0.6525-30 by the press time. It’s worth noting, however, that the quote’s sustained trading beyond 0.6530 isn’t an open invitation to the Aussie pair buyers as multiple tops marked during late January and early February near 0.6620 and the 50-SMA hurdle of 0.6650 will act as the final defense of the sellers.

Meanwhile, the AUDUSD pair’s fresh downside needs validation from the latest multi-day bottom surrounding 0.6470 and the mid-November swing low of around 0.6450. Following that, the odds of witnessing the Aussie pair’s quick fall toward the November 10 swing low of 0.6338 and then to the theoretical target of the H&S, namely the 0.6190 can’t be ruled out. That said, the previous yearly low marked in October around 0.6270 may act as an intermediate halt during the fall between 0.6338 and 0.6190.

To sum up, the AUDUSD pair’s recovery remains off the table despite the pair’s latest gains.

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