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Technical Analysis – GBPJPY flickers green in a directionless market

GBPJPY is mostly edging sideways and has recently found some footing off the 150.96 level, this being the 23.

AUDJPY returned above the 80.00 level on Friday after setting a strong foothold near a fresh three-week low of 79.

Technical Analysis – USDCAD fails to gain optimism for bullish bias in short-term

USDCAD has been trading back and forth the 20-day simple moving average (SMA) over the last month, failing to improve the bullish view in the short-term.

EURJPY could not find enough buyers to overcome the 129.34 level, with the spotlight shifting again towards the 128.

Technical Analysis - WTI futures’ positive impetus under pressure

WTI oil futures fresh upside drive off the 67.68 level seems to have run out of fuel near the upper Bollinger band at 73.

Technical Analysis – AUDUSD hovers marginally above 0.7300; weak momentum

AUDUSD stuck near the 20- and 40-day simple moving averages (SMAs) and above the 0.7300 round number. The pullback from the 0.

Technical Analysis – Gold returns beneath 1,800 border

Gold’s negative forces are currently brawling with the support region between the mid-Bollinger band and the 1,790 barrier, being the 38.

Technical Analysis – NZDUSD edges across 38.2% Fibonacci around 0.71

NZDUSD is creeping sideways along the 0.7100 level, which happens to be surrounded by the 100- and 200-day simple moving averages (SMAs) at 0.

Technical Analysis – JP 225 index pins new multi-year high; bearish divergence detected

Japan’s 225 stock index (cash) surpassed February’s high to top at 30,804 on Tuesday – the highest since the 1990 bubble levels – before closing a bit lower.

GBPJPY has bounced off the 151.10 support level, posting a couple of sessions of gains after the significant selling interest from the 152.

The US 500 stock index (cash) ran down to meet familiar support lines on Tuesday, represented by the blue Kijun-sen line and the 50-day simple moving average (SMA), after an unsuccessful attempt to return above the 20-day SMA at 4,491.

Technical Analysis – USDJPY battles with 23.6% Fibo; loses ground in near-term

USDJPY has been in a battle with the 23.6% Fibonacci retracement level of the up leg from 102.60 to 111.65 at 109.

EURCHF has pulled back from its fresh high of 1.0904 and is about to test the 50-period simple moving average (SMA) at 1.

WTI crude oil futures rebounded off the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level of the upward wave from 61.75 to 71.

Technical Analysis – EURJPY gains traction after push above 200-day SMA

EURJPY has found some positive footing at 129.61, which happens to be a level of confluence and the 50.0% Fibonacci retracement of the up leg from 125.

Apple’s stock lost around 4.5% following the peak to a fresh record high of 157.12 last week, printing one of its fastest declines since the start of the year before the company’s annual iPhone launch event today.

Technical Analysis – GBPUSD flattens near 200-day SMA; neutral overall

GBPUSD has been in a trading range since the end of December 2020, showing no significant directional moves.

AUDUSD has found some traction in the region of the 0.7321-0.7344 support zone, which encapsulates the 200-period simple moving average (SMA) and the 0.

Technical Analysis – Gold tiptoes above 1,782 mark with unclear direction

Gold is edging sideways after retreating below the horizontal simple moving averages (SMAs) and the 1,800 level.

Technical Analysis – EURUSD declines below 1.1800; neutral-to-bearish bias

EURUSD has been in a bearish-to-neutral outlook from the beginning of the year and currently are approaching again the 20- and 40-day simple moving averages (SMAs) below 1.

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