The EURJPY attempted to push higher yesterday, topped at 110.22 but closed significantly lower at 109.26 in a high volatile market. The bias is neutral in nearest term. On h4 chart below we can see price made a strong bearish pullback after slipped above the trend line resistance indicates a potential false breakout scenario which could trigger further bearish pressure in nearest term testing 108.60 and 107.30 support area. We are at critical technical point here, where a clear break above the trend line resistance and consistent move above 110.22 could be an early signal of a bullish reversal scenario.
The GBPJPY made a significant bullish correction yesterday, topped at 128.57 and closed at 128.01. The bias is bullish in nearest term testing 129.30 resistance area which could be a key level at this phase. The arrows as seen on my daily chart below give a good view about two potential scenarios. Overall we are still in a major bearish outlook, but a clear break above 129.30 could be an early signal of a bullish reversal scenario. On the other hand, a failure to break above 129.30 and a movement back below 127.00 would keep the bearish scenario remains strong still targeting 125.50 even lower.
The AUDUSD continued its bearish correction yesterday, bottomed at 1.0027 and closed at 1.0054. The bias remains bearish in nearest term testing 0.9987 and the trend line support (white). Medium bias remains bullish, but after hit historical highs, we still have potential big downside correction from here. A clear break below 0.9987 could be an early signal of a major big bearish reversal, gives us further confirmation of a bearish short term outlook testing 0.9900, but only a clear break below 0.9550 would give further validation to the long term big bearish reversal scenario. It’s a long way to go and movement could remain tricky with broad Dollar consolidation is still in play.
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