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I am neutral on USD/JPY.
While the pair finally closed above 77 and has room for gains in the long run, it is hard to see the pair making a serious move right now. The high level of optimism probably won’t be repeated right now.[forexcrunch]

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The Canadian dollar made more gains against the US dollar and crossed the line of parity. GDP and employment data are the major events this week. Here’s an outlook for the Canadian events and an updated technical analysis for USD/CAD.[forexcrunch]
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USD/CAD bounced this past week as traders sold off a lot of risk-related assets globally. The pair finished strongly above the parity level, and as such has us thinking long at this point. However, the 1.03 area will be resistive, and as such we are waiting for a close above it in order to buy. The selling of this pair can be done if we break the lows of this past week’s candle. Until then, we think this market goes sideways.[by fxempire]
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*FXstreet.com (California) - AUD/USD opened the Asian morning at 1.0342 and has since broken below the 1.0300 zone. From a technical standpoint, Valeria Bednarik, Chief Analyst at FXstreet.com finds that bigger time frames support a bullish outlook for this Monday, as long as above 1.0270.
*At time of writing, AUD/USD is quoted in the 1.0290 zone, around 10 pips above Friday's closing price. If the pair continues its decline in the session ahead, support levels lie at 1.0270, 1.0230 and 1.0180. To the upside, resistance levels lie at 1.0360, 1.0400 and 1.0440.
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*Our overall outlook for crude oil prices is bearish, as the outlook for global growth is worsening due to mounting concerns from Europe and the fact that major economies around the globe are still weak, and that should put negative pressure on crude oil prices.
*Traders will be awaiting the infamous jobs report from the United States on Friday, and a strong figure could boost optimism and push crude oil prices higher. [Topcommodities Net]
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Gold dropped to as low as 1562.5 last week before forming a temporary low there and recovered. Initial bias is neutral this week for some consolidations. But recovery should be limited below 1667.1 support turned resistance and bring another fall. Below 1562.5 will target 1535 key support and below...[by oilngold]
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USD/CHF rose a bit during the Friday session as the pair continues to grind higher. The 0.93 level that was broken above recently has been very supportive over the last week, and we think this is a possible sign of things to come. The pair is being supported by the fact that the Swiss National Bank is working against the value of the Franc and this should continue to push this pair higher. Also, the Dollar is the safe haven everyone wants. Because of this, we are buying this pair overall, and especially on dips.[by forextv]
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*Forexpros – The U.S. dollar dipped against the Swiss franc in subdued trade on Friday, trimming some of the week’s gains as sustained concerns over the debt crisis in the euro zone supported safe haven demand.
*USD/CHF hit 0.9469 on Thursday, the pair’s highest since December 15; the pair subsequently consolidated at 0.9384 by close of trade on Friday, shedding 0.19% over the week.
*The pair is likely to find support at 0.9266, the low of December 20 and resistance at 0.9477, the high of December 13.
*Trading volumes remained low seeing as many traders closed books to lock in profit before the end of the year, reducing liquidity in the market and increasing volatility
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Forexpros - The Euro was lower against the U.S. Dollar on Sunday. EUR/USD was trading at 1.2677, down 0.33% at time of writing. The pair was likely to find support at 1.2667, today's low, and resistance at 1.3077, Tuesday's high. Meanwhile, the Euro was down against the British Pound and the Japanese Yen, with EUR/GBP shedding 0.26% to hit 0.8224 and EUR/JPY falling 0.42% to hit 97.47.
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EUR/USD rose during the Thursday session as traders celebrated successful bond auctions in both Italy and Spain. However, the recent downtrend is certainly intact, and it is hard to think that it suddenly will give way based upon these two sales. The 1.30 level above is the start of significant resistance, and we are looking to sell weakness in that area if it appears. The candle does suggest some possible follow through over the next day or two, but we aren’t willing to won the Euro in general and there are simply far too many problems in that part of the world right now. We are selling rallies going forward.[by forex-download]
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GBP/USD rose again on Monday as traders continue to sell off the US dollar in general. The Pound did well against the Greenback, but only marginally so. The rise was somewhat tempered by the 1.56 level, and we saw the pair pullback a bit. We are still bearish of this market overall, but think that a rise to test 1.57 again is very possible at this point.
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*The British pound had another stellar week, climbing almost 200 pips against the US dollar, and breaking the 1.57 level. The upcoming week has seven releases, including GDP. Here is an outlook for the upcoming events, and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD.
*The dollar weakened against most major currencies following Bernanke’s announcement that interest rates will likely remain near zero until late 2014. This was despite solid economic data coming out of the US.
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USD: From its lowest levels since early December of just below 78.50, the DXY index rallied as risk sentiment turned less hospitable. Even so, the DXY index remains below its 100-dma at 78.749.
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The dollar has risen versus its major currency counterparts despite a late week downside correction; this came after the heavily weighted EUR/USD currency pair rallied almost 200 pips on Thursday along with cable and other majors...[by forex-fx-4x]
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On DXY if we get a pullback next week toward 78.50-ish we'd have a very mini head and shoulders bottom that could then manage to get up through this downtrend line/resistance. If I am wrong on this I think it's that we cross the downtrend line, head toward the spike near 80 and then pullback to retest the downtrend line. Either way I continue to think the dollar moves higher for now.[By Real Money Pro]
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Heard they’re behind the sharper fall just now from around 0.8260 to recent day’s lows of 0.8235. There is talk of sell stops now poised on a break of 0.8230 ahead of more bids at 0.8200/10 and sell stops on a break down of o.8200.[ by forexlive]
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Much has been said about the 'obvious' H&S formation on the Daily chart. While I recognize this, I believe that said formation is failing with late week price action for which I am continuing longing even before the dreaded 1.3300. Again, there seems to be an inverted H&S on the H4 which pits it to the bulls. Break above Friday high would be above the neckline of said inversion and we should see some bullish action there off.[By forex4noobs]
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Over the last six months gains above 1.6000 have been limited and have attracted heavy selling. Sterling has fallen two big figures from this week’s high with the help of the QE3 postponement in the US. This weakness has caused the rate to fall back beneath the 100 day moving average at 1.5831. Strong US jobs data for March would undermine the rate further.
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AUDUSD is in consolidation mode between 1.0245 and 1.0452 after taking out falling trend line resistance set from late February. We do not see an actionable trade setup here for now and will wait for the pair to offer greater directional conviction to look for entry opportunities.27 April 2012 09:33 GMT [By dailyfx]
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NZD/USD continued its free fall, but at least escaped the very steep channel. Has it found a bottom after diving so deep? NBNZ Business Confidence is the highlight of this week.
--Steep Channel Broken
--As the graph shows, the pair managed to break out of a steep downtrend channel since that accompanied it since the beginning of May. Does this signal a stabilization?
--I remain bearish on NZD/USD
--The kiwi proved to be quite vulnerable, as the worsening European mess joins another drop in Chinese manufacturing PMI. 0.7370 is the next target.[By forexcrunch]
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