Relative strengths of major currency pairs based on Instituitional and reltail positions held......
EUR: Bearish by 5.9%
GBP: Bullish by 10.98%
AUD: Bearish by 22.47%
USD: Bearish by 4.08%
The GBP/AUD pair is still strongest with bullish bias but the strengths of all the currencies came down compared to y'day, which indicates the broader market entered into light consolidation mode. Only the bearish mood of EUR strengthened. GBP/AUD is still doing well in the long direction.
EURUSD continued in tight range bound during the course of yesterday session, as the pair continues to hover around the 10-day moving average at 1.1367. Ultimately, this market looks as if it is consolidating between the top 1.1450 level and the 1.1270 level on the bottom.
EUR / USD continues to trade between a mode on the side of the main barriers to 1.1210 (S2) and 1.1513 (R2), a short-term uncertainty. The larger trend is still downward. The EUR / USD is proving lower minimum and maximum below both moving averages 50 and 200 days. R3 - 1.15970 R2 - 1.15131 R1 - 1.14456 Daily Std. Pivot - 1.13617 S1 - 1.12942 S2 - 1.12103 S3 - 1.11428
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