Daily Market Report – EUR/JPY needs a bullish spark July 24, 2017


EUR/JPY buying opportunity?

The currency pair has decreased since yesterday and could come down to test and retest the support levels before will climb much higher. Is trading much above the 129.50 psychological level and maintains a bullish perspective on the Daily chart.

Looks like that is consolidation because needs to recapture more directional energy before will approach new highs, we have to wait for a confirmation that will continue the upside movement. We have to be careful because the Yen could start another leg higher if the Nikkie stock index will drop further.

The JP225 moves sideways on the short term, remains to see if this will be an accumulation or a distribution movement. The index looks a little exhausted on the Daily chart and failed once again to stay above the 20058 static resistance and could come down to retest the 19700 major static support, a valid breakdown will confirm a major drop in the upcoming period.

Price is expected to retest the upper median line (UML) of the major ascending pitchfork and the median line (ml) of the minor ascending pitchfork, we have a strong confluence between these levels, we’ll see how will react when will hit this zone.

We’ll have a perfect buying opportunity if the support levels will hold and if will reject the price again, only a breakdown through the confluence area will accelerate the sell-off.

Support can be found also at the 38.2% retracement level and at the sliding line (SL), so only a valid breakdown below these levels will confirm a large drop.

The next upside target remains at the 130.76 previous high, could be attracted by the 150% Fibonacci line (ascending dotted line) as well.

EUR/CHF further correction favored

The EUR/CHFfailed once again to take out a major dynamic resistance and now could go down on the Daily chart.

Price dropped aggressively in the yesterday’s trading session, we had another false breakout above the upper median line (UML) of the major ascending pitchfork and above the median line (ml) of the minor ascending pitchfork. Could drop much deeper in the upcoming days because looks too overbought to climb much higher on the Daily chart at this moment.

Could approach the 1.1000 level in the upcoming days and the lower median line (lml) of the minor ascending pitchfork.Only a breakdown from the minor ascending pitchfork’s body will confirm a larger drop.

USD/CHF hit the critical support


USD/CHF bounced back from the 0.9440 long term support level, yesterday we had a false breakdown below this level, but only an accumulation could give birth to another leg higher. Moves within an extended sideways movement on the long term, so a valid breakdown below the 0.9440 static support will confirm a further drop in the upcoming months.

By Olimpiu Tuns

Market Analyst

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