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NZDUSD justifies downbeat Q2 New Zealand job numbers while refreshing weekly low, following downside break of a three-week-old bullish channel.
USDJPY renews its six-week low while extending the downside break of a five-month-old ascending trend line, as well as the 50-DMA. However, the pair’s further declines appear less convincing.
Be it a weekly ascending trend channel of the bull cross, AUDUSD flashes upside signals ahead of the key monetary policy meeting of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA).
USDJPY broke a five-week-old support line, as well as a horizontal area around 134.25 that comprises the levels marked since June 17.
Gold defends the post-Fed rally around a two-week high, also keeping the upside break of the 100-SMA level of $1,725 and the previous resistance line.
EURUSD remains pressured around a one-week low as traders prepared for the Fed’s verdict, likely a 0.75% rate hike and Powell’s aggression.
GBPUSD refreshed a three-week high on Tuesday while extending the breakout of 100-SMA.
USDCAD bounced off its monthly low on Friday, approaching a convergence of the 100 and 50-SMA around 1.2960-65 at the latest.
Gold fails to extend the post-ECB rebound from yearly low, not to mention unable to extend the bearish channel breakout.
EURUSD fades a week-long recovery mode ahead of the key European Central Bank (ECB) meeting.
GBPUSD's rebound dribbles around a one-week high while extending Friday’s upside break of a descending resistance line from June 27, now support.
NZDUSD ended the third loss-making week on a positive side, by marking the biggest daily gains in three weeks.
Gold braces for the fifth consecutive weekly fall at the yearly low.
AUDUSD justifies its risk-barometer status aptly as it remains near the two-year bottom, inside a 12-day-long bearish channel.
EURUSD bears take a breather after refreshing the 20-year low the previous day. The corrective pullback.