USD-CHF @ 1.1774/77...Channel Resistance at 1.1837

R: 1.1800-37 / 1.1897 / 1.1923-39
S: 1.1735-15 / 1.1663-52 / 1.1627

Dollar-Swiss has been relatively quiet in the upper end of the 1.1550-1835 channel today, trading in a range of 1.1725-1805. While the channel Resistance at 1.1837 holds, a dip back towards 1.1665-50 is possible over the next couple of days.

Short positions can be taken now and on a further rally into the 1.1800-37 region, with a Stop Loss above that. Note that in case the Dollar rises past 1.1837, it may move up towards 1.1900+. The chances of such a rise do not appear to be very bright, though.

Cable GBP-USD @ 1.4405/08...Buy some

R: 1.4449 / 1.4498
S: 1.4338 / 1.4267

The Pound has extended its upmove, building on its bounce from yesterday's low near 1.4095. While it stays above 1.43 now (it well might), a further rise towards 1.4450-4500 can be seen. Even a test of 1.4600 cannot be ruled out. Take a look at the Daily Candles at

Market Trade (at time of writing):

  • Buy GBP 10K at current level, SL 1.4290, TP 1.4478

Aussie AUD-USD @ 0.6482/86...Nearing Max High for Day

R: 0.6498-6512 / 0.6525-36-44
S: 0.6450-40 / 0.6420-10 / 0.6361

The Aussie has moved up, as expected, but unfortunately did not dip enough to enable us to initiate a Long. Whether the upmove will extend to 0.6555 or not, is to be seen. Note that 0.6498 is the projected Max High for the Day, so a bit of a pullback towards 0.6440-30 is a possibility before 0.6555 is tested, maybe tomorrow.

Kshitij Consultancy Service

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