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Analysis For Major Pairs
#11
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USD/JPY was in full mood this week with the pair cycling around 101 to 105 mark, as the week started near 102 level and was taken up to near 105 level before eventually visiting down to 101 level before pulling up again to close out at 102.70 level.
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#12
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AUD/USD had strong trend this week with the pair rising sharply, but dropped equally fast and eventually shutting out there only at 0.7540 level, it’s likely that the pair may pull back before going inside 0.75 level, but if it goes through then we could see it down to 0.73 level.
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#13
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EUR/USD was in different mood with the pair pulling down big time and dropping inside 1.10 level after 2 months, it was expected with the situation we see the market in, it’s likely to hold near this level, but still no clear breakouts yet.
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#14
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GBP/USD was in no stopping mood with the pair dropping very quickly and going into massive bearish trend, it’s on continue pattern for past 3-4 weeks and is expected to run on the same line in coming weeks, it will be all wait and watch scenario now ahead.
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#15
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EUR/JPY started the week on high but quickly started sliding and never really stopped out, it’s likely to see this momentum continue slightly, but we are still looking at the trend to be in bull’s plate with going above 115 again.
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#17
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EUR/USD gapped lower & opened at 1.1140 as the weekend news in which FBI director said nothing to investigate in new emails regarding Clinton. Main Event Risk, of course was Presidential Election on Tue. Trump won in an upset victory and the markets were positive to USA assets contrary to expectations with USD rising, stocks & bond yields higher! What happens from here remains to be seen! The week closed with 1.0857 with a loss of -2.54%.
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#18
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GBP/USD opened at 1.2519 and closed the week at 1.2593, a health lead of 0.63%. Surprisingly the US elections did not have any effect on the pair and this pair kept going up despite USD strength elsewhere. JPY moves might have an effect on this pair too! Upside might be limited but still has some room to move before the pair declines as the main weapon Art 50 is to be triggered early next year making UK formally leaving EU!
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#19
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EUR/JPY started its week with 114.87 and was caught in the ups and downs but still ending the week higher! There was not any major news from Eurozone or Japan and this pair simply tracked USD/JPY, GBP/JPY and EUR/USD. JPY initially benefited from a likely Trump win during vote count in a risk-off tone but suddenly the sentiment changed and market did not had any problem from the Trump’s Presidency. The pair ended marginally higher at 115.80 with 0.80% lead.
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#20
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USD/JPY started by a gap higher at 103.11 and closed with an impressive 3.5% at 106.67. Overnight weekly news was positive for Clinton’s campaign. But during the counting of Votes, Trump was ahead which send this pair to week’s low of 101.20 but this recovered impressively even when Trump won an upset victory. Other US assets also went up and the mood in the market was quite positive. This remains to be seen further as the dust settles.
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