Forex Technical Analysis: EUR, JPY, CHF, GBP
The EUR/USD continued its Bullishness topping 1.1265.
The bias is Bullish near term test 1.1350.
There is a CCI bearish divergence as you can see on hourly chart below suggesting a potential Bearish pullback.
1st support is seen at 1.1180. A clear break below that mark could push price to Neutral and a test at 1.1100 – 1.1040.
Overall, am Bullish and any Southside pullback in here should be seen as a buy opportunity.
Great British Poound (GBP)
The GBP/USD did not extend its Bullish momentum of Thursday after formed a double top, as you can see on the hourly below, it bottomed at 1.5302.
The bias is Bearish near term testing 1.5280.
Overall, prefer a Bullish scenario in here, and any Southside pullback now should be seen as a good buying opportunity.
1st resistance is seen at 1.5385. A clear break above that mark could drive price to Neutral near term, but the Bullish scenario remains strong for a test at 1.5500.
Japanese Yen (JPY)
The USD/JPY saw volatile, indecisive action Thursday. The bias is Neutral in near term with some Bullish bias testing to the 120.00/35 area.
1st support is seen at 119.25. A clear break below that mark may cause some Bearish pressure for a test of 118.50.
Overall, technical outlook is Neutral, standing aside waiting for directions.
Swiss Franc (CHF)
The USD/CHF continued its Bearish action Thursday bottomed at 0.9306.
The bias is Bearish in near term testing 0.9250 – 0.9200.
1st resistance is seen at 0.9385. A clear break above that mark could drive the price to Neutral and testing 0.9445, any Northside pullback now should be seen as a good selling opportunity.
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