EURUSD Daily Outlook
This morning on the 4hr chart we can see that the EUR was rejected at the resistance zone level which has not been breached since 28 August. We continue to trade sideways and a push to support is very likely and even possibly trendline support.
On the 1 chart, we can see another rectangle pattern forming and a break an close outside this pattern could signal if the bulls or bears are coming back into action.
GBPCHF Daily Outlook
After last weeks beautiful triple bottom price rallied to the resistance zone and created a nice flag formation.
125.993 will be the short target
127.350 will be the long target
EURJPY Daily Outlook
The pair rallied early in the European session after President Draghi made a statement regarding the economic data from Europe, however, it failed to break the resistance zone and traded back in the rectangle pattern. There is 1hr trendline support which price is currently trading off. If that trendline support is broken we should see price move back to the 130.120 level.
USDCAD Daily Outlook
The dollar strengthened against the Loonie on the first trading day of the week making a higher high in its current trend. It failed to break the resistance zone and is currently trading on support of the flag it broke out of yesterday. Today we have CAD manufacturing data out and the US crude oil weekly outlook which if oil reserves keep producing higher it could push USDCAD lower to the 129.790 level.
The Bank of England
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The European Central Bank (ECB)
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The Federal Reserve Bank (Fed)
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