The following are the most recent pieces of Forex technical analysis from around the world. The Forex technical analysis below covers the various currencies on the market and the most recent trends, technical indicators, as well as resistance and support levels.
Forex Technical Analysis
Forex Technical Analysis
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EUR/USD continues to be schizophrenic in its behavior. The Non-Farm Payroll number came out on Friday, and suddenly we have a complete rethink of the entire situation in this pair. What was once a straight forward analysis of “Europe bad, USA good” has suddenly become a question of whether or not the entire globe is slowing down.
AUD/JPY is a pair that a lot of traders shy away from. This is because of the fact that it can move in massive swings, and being on the wrong side of the market can be very difficult for the newer trader to stomach.
The USD/CAD pair is a proxy for most people to play the oil markets. The Light Sweet Crude markets have absolutely crumbled, and as a result the Canadian dollar has suddenly found itself out of favor.
With the less than stellar numbers from the USA's Non Farm Payroll report as well as lower spending numbers from the ISM Manufacturing PMI, the USD is showing some signs of slowing its advances against other major and minor currencies alike.
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The GBP/USD pair has been in a free-fall for the past 5 weeks. The pair has blown through Support & Resistance zones that have historically given the pair, at the very least, pause but hardly register as speed-bumps this time around.
The EUR/USD pair looks absolutely horrible at this point. The markets are currently trying to track down a massive amount of bad news and potential dangers out of Europe, and it seems that the risks are everywhere and growing by the day. It is under this umbrella of doubt that the Euro finds itself trading these days.
The Aussie has had a rough month. The Aussie is being beat up for several different reasons, most of which have very little to do with Australia itself, although retail numbers were soft recently.
The USD/CAD pair continued to rise in value on Thursday, and even managed to break above the 1.03 level that has been so resistive over the last week or so. The area is a significant resistance zone, so this move should signal more gains to come.
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