Rupee: The rupee bias is clearly on the bearish side again after the renewed dollar strength seen in the overseas markets.We might see some retracemnts to below 51.00 levels after 31st march ending but strategy remains to stay long for importers at major dips and exporters cover only at sizable intraday gains. Expect to see some dips today below 51.00 levels , buying would push it higher above 51.20 levels.(USD/INR: YET TO OPEN ). MODERATELY BEARISH AGAIN UNTIL 50 BREAKS.
Euro: Euro stays below the trendline broken on last friday. The view remains bearish till its holding below 1.3330 (38.2% retracement of the recent fall). Accumulate shorts till 1.3340 for a target of 1.3030.Recent fundamentals also stays weak. (Eur/Usd:1.3235). BEARISH
Pound: Cable RETRACED as expected to our expected target at 1.4300 levels yetserday after taking support of the downtrendline at 1.4109 levels indicating an opportunity to sell again. The oversold charts have corrected . Accumulate shorts from 1.43 - 1.4350 for a target of 1.40 (Gbp/Usd: 1.4300). BEARISH
Yen: The Usd/Jpy pair has been stuck in the triangular pattern between 95 to 98.70 . The strategy remains bullish since its holding above the trendline. Add positions only on 2 closing above 99.00 levels targetting 102 . SLIGHTLY NEUTRAL TO BULLISH. (Usd/Jpy: 98.15).
Australian Dollar: Aussie is expected to touch .6900 trendline resistance and 21 day EMA . Strategy remains to go short on the pair targetting .6500 . Keep STOPS closing above .7050 . NEUTRAL TO BEARISH (Aud/Usd: 0.6860).
Gold: Gold recently had broken the bullish trendline near $930 . Cluster resistance is around 925-30 which should be taken as opportunities to short again. The bias would change only on closing above 940 dollars on a consistent basis. BEARISH (Gold: $917.60).
Dollar index : Dollar index has broken the downtrendline and staying above 86.00 . Other indicators stays buillish . BULLISH
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