Japanese Yen, USD/JPY, AUD/JPY – Speaking Factors
- USD/JPY seems to be missing directional momentum for now
- Bollinger Band indicators lit up on AUD/JPY final week because it moved up
- JPY crosses have retreated inside current ranges. Will the Yen slip additional?
USD/JPY – Technical Evaluation
Consolidation continues for USD/JPY because it has remained within the 112.533 – 113.960 vary for over 2 weeks. The 1-week vary has been tighter, buying and selling inside 113.223 – 113.960.
As collection of easy transferring commons (SMA)are clustered close to the present value, which could recommend that the market is missing path and might be transferring sideways for now.
The short- and medium-term SMAs of 10-, 21-, 34- and 55-day period lie between 113.28 and 113.96. These ranges are additionally near the current high and low of 113.223 and 113.960. They might present help and resistance respectively.
Whereas these would possibly lack directional momentum, the long term 100- and 200-day SMAs stay beneath the value and each have optimistic gradients. This might recommend that there’s underlying bullish momentum evolving.
Additional up, the March 2017 peak of 115.505 and the current excessive at 115.524 could supply resistance.
On the draw back, help might be on the earlier lows and pivot factors of 112.533, 112.079, 110.802, 109.113 and 108.723.
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AUD/JPY – Technical Evaluation
After making a 3-month low at 78.790, AUD/JPY spent final week rallying after it closed again contained in the decrease band of the 21-day SMA primarily based Bollinger Band.
The low of 78.790 was just under the September low of 78.846 and these ranges would possibly now present help.
The value has moved above the 10-day SMA which might recommend that quick time period bullish momentum could unfold.
The 21- and 100-day SMAs are presently at 81.688 and 81.766 which is both facet of the excessive final week at 81.717. This space might supply close to time period resistance.
The 34-, 55- and 200-day SMAs are in a cluster between 82.736 and 82.87 and this space would possibly supply resistance.
Additional up, potential resistance could lie on the earlier highs and pivots factors of 82.028, 82.160, 83.249, 84.162 and 86.261.
— Written by Daniel McCarthy, Strategist for DailyFX.com
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