Rupee: Rupee is holding strong near the support of 49.20. We continue to focus on our earlier target of 48.80 in the near term. A lucid election declaration on May 16th can aid the rupee to gain further or else testing 50 levels can be a possibilty. (USD/INR : 49.25). Short term Bullish.

Euro: Euro rose to 1.3470 despite the 25 bps cut yesterday but lifted by hopes from Trichet on signs of economic stabalization after taking the important cluster support around 1.3250 . The daily and 4-hourly charts are turning mid-way to indicate further upside in Euro. Decisive break of 1.3450 can push Euro to 1.3680. Look for buying opportunities at dips.(Eur/Usd:1.3389). Bullish above 1.3190.

Pound: Cable plunged almost 250 pips to 1.4942 (38.2% of the recent rally) even though BoE kept rates unchanged at 0.5%. Support remains around 1.49 levels, holding above which can bring a pull back to 1.5150 and then to 1.5350 levels. Look for buying cable around those levels for 100 pips. Alternatively, sell around 1.5350 levels for 100-150 pips as the daily charts are highly overbought. (Gbp/Usd: 1.5020). Short Term Bullish

Yen: The Usd/Jpy pair moved higher upto 99.75 yesterday. The charts have become neutral. Support remains at 98.00 where going long on the pair could be considered for 80-100 pips. Decisive break above 100 can push the pair to 101.70 resistance. (Usd/Jpy: 99.25).

Australian Dollar: Aussie surged 160 pips to 0.7615 levels yesterday. All the major charts have flattened in the overbought region. Sustaining above 0.7550 can push Aussie to 0.7798 levels (100 & 200 Weekly EMA). Selling around 0.7760 for 70-80 pips could be considered. (Aud/Usd: 0.7542).

Gold: Gold surged to $925 ($16) yesterday to take the 61.8% Retracement Resistance. The view for gold still remains bullish as far as $895 support is strong. The 4-hourly charts are getting oversold, thus buying around $902 levels could be considered. Near term bias for Gold - Range-bound . (Gold: $913.60)

Dollar index: The Dollar Index has weakened as it broke the 84 support once again. It is now heading towards 83.25 as the next target-support. Bearish. (84.14). RANGE-BOUND to Bearish.

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