Rupee: Rupee met our previous target of 48.80 this morning, after the ruling coalition scored a clear win in general election on saturday. We are now eyeing at our next target of 47.90/$. Shorts can be considered around 48.75-80 levels (previous support turned resistance). The release of the new budget can be next centre of attraction. (USD/INR : 48.30). Bullish.

Euro: Euro plunged almost 190 pips from 1.3650 high in the U.S. session on Friday . Currently trading above the 21 Daily EMA (1.34) with the 4-hourly stochastic getting oversold. The daily charts, however is still showing a downside bias. Decisive break below 1.34 can push Euro towards 1.3375 cluster support (100 & 55 Daily EMA). Longs could be considered around 1.33 levels for 100-120 pips. (Eur/Usd:1.3437). Short Term Bullish.

Pound: Cable moved within 155 pip range on Friday as it fell from 1.5287 high. The 4-hourly stochastic is getting oversold with immediate support around 1.51 and then at 1.5000 (21 Daily EMA & 100 4-hourly EMA). Look for opportunities to initiate longs around these levels for 100-120 pips. We expect cable to remain bullish for a short term. (Gbp/Usd: 1.5150). Short Term Bullish

Yen: The Usd/Jpy pair headed towards 94.50 in the early trade today as expected. Although the daily and 4-houlry charts are getting oversold, holding below 96.00 may bring a test of 93.50 levels. Shorts in the pair could be initiated around 95.70 - 96.00 levels for 70-80 pips. BEARISH (Usd/Jpy: 94.90).

Australian Dollar: Aussie witnessed sideways trading as it weakened to the lows of 0.7475 on Friday. The 4-hourly charts are oversold and an eye on 0.7430 (100 4-hourly) and 0.7390 (21 daily EMA) should be kept for going long on Aussie. (Aud/Usd: 0.7501)

Gold: The yellow metal has moved higher to $933 levels. The daily charts are overbought, however 4-hourly and hourly charts are still indicating further upside in gold. Bias of gold remains bullish overall as far as $911 is held.(Gold- 932.42)

Dollar Index: DI marginally broke-past the 83 levels on the upside. The stochastic is turning mid-way to indicate selling pressure returning. Selling Dollars at upticks could be considered. Below 84, the bias remains weak for the dollar. Range-Bound (DI- 83.18)

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