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The US dollar fell again against the Mexican peso during the session on Thursday as the 18.50 level offers quite a bit of resistance.
During the day on Thursday, we saw the US dollar fall a bit against the Mexican peso, but we did also see the 18 handle offer a bit of support yet again.
During the session on Friday, we get the Nonfarm Payroll Numbers out of the United States, so that of course will have a significant effect on what goes on with the US dollar.
The USD/MXN pair had a very strong session again on Thursday, following an extraordinarily strong session on Wednesday.
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The USD/MXN pair continues to grind its way higher over the last several months, and we don’t think that January will be any different.
The USD/MXN pair continued to go sideways during the course of November, using the 16.40 level as support.
The USD/MXN pair initially tried to fall during the day on Wednesday, but the 16.70 level continues to attract buyers as this market is currently grinding sideways.
The USD/MXN pair fell initially during the course of the day on Wednesday, but turned back around near the 16.72 handle.
The USD/MXN pair fell initially during the course of the day on Friday, but found enough support near the 16.4 level to turn things back around and bounce.
The USD/MXN pair found support at a vital area after initially falling during the session on Tuesday. Because of this, we ended up forming a hammer which of course is one of my favorite signals to start going long.
The USD/MXN pair fell initially during the course of the day on Friday, but found support near the 16.70 region.
The USD/MXN pair fell initially during the session on Friday, but turned back around to form a hammer again. We had formed a hammer on Thursday as well, so I would like to look at this chart.
The USD/MXN pair rose during the session on Monday, as the markets continue to favor the US dollar in general.
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The USD/MXN rose during the course of the session on Wednesday, breaking above the 16.11 level. This coincides nicely with a significant breakdown in the oil markets, as we found ourselves trading below $50 for the first time in ages.
The USD/MXN pair initially fell during the course of the session on Tuesday, but as you can see bounced enough to form a bit of a hammer. Interestingly enough, this hammer sits on top of the up trending channel that we have been involved in for some time, and it now appears that we are breaking out to the upside.
The USD/MXN pair rallied during the session on Wednesday, as we broke above a recent barrier and the 15.45 region. With this, I believe that the market continues to go higher, as we should continue to follow the overall uptrend in channel that I have marked on the chart.
The USD/MXN pair fell initially during the session on Friday, but turned back around to form a hammer. The hammer is of course a bullish sign, and the fact that we formed a hammer on Thursday as well tells me that there is a good chance that we will go higher.
The USD/MXN pair is one that many of you will not have traded in your careers. However, it is a very interesting longer-term pair as it has several different dynamics involved in it. Most people don’t understand this, but the Mexican peso tends to be thought of as an oil-based currency.