Last Tuesday, the Australian dollar experienced its steepest drop of the year, falling by 1.18%, following higher-than-expected US inflation figures, which boosted the US dollar. However, the Aussie has since rebounded and is now trading at a two-week high against the US dollar. Investors are...
AUD/JPY needs to decide
2019-11-15 • Updated
SELL 73.25; TP1 72.80; TP2 72.20; SL 73.40
BUY 74.00; TP 74.45; SL 73.85
AUD/JPY has reached the support line connecting August and October lows in the 73.30 area. Now the pair will have to decide, which trend it’s going to continue: the long-term downtrend or a shorter-term uptrend. In the first case, the initial targets will lie at 72.80 and 72.15 (50% and 61.8% of the August-November advance). If the support holds and the price returns above the 50- and 100-day MAs, a break above 73.95 will allow it to rise to 74.50 (September highs).
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