USD/CHF is having a time when it must decide whether it will continue going down making a trend reversal on the short term or it will keep on going to the upside. Today we might get a hint from the latest US CPI and ARS data.
The USDCHF had a moderate bullish momentum yesterday. The bias remains neutral in nearest term but overall I still prefer a bearish scenario at this phase with key resistance seen around 1.0020 and the trend line resistance as you can see on my H4 chart below targeting 0.9880 and 0.9813. Overall I remain neutral.
The USDCHF had a bearish momentum yesterday bottomed at 0.9912 and hit 0.9908 earlier today in Asian session. The bias is bearish in nearest term testing 0.9880 – 0.9813 area. Immediate resistance is seen around 0.9935. A clear break above that area could lead price to neutral zone in nearest term testing 0.9960 but key resistance remains at 1.0020 area which is a good place to sell with a tight stop loss.
The USDCHF failed to continue its bearish momentum last week topped at 0.9727 but still unable to stay consistently above 0.9715 resistance area as you can see on my H4 chart below. The bias is neutral in nearest term but as long as stay below 0.9815 I remain bearish and any upside pullback should be seen as a good opportunity to sell. Immediate support is seen around 0.9650. A clear break below that area could trigger further bearish pressure testing 0.9600 area.
The USDCHF had a bullish momentum yesterday topped at 0.9770. The bias is bullish in nearest term testing 0.9815 key resistance which is a good place to sell with a tight stop loss targeting 0.9600 – 0.9550 area. Immediate support is seen around 0.9715. A clear break below that area could lead price to neutral zone in nearest term testing 0.9680/50 region. On the upside, a clear break and daily/weekly close above 0.9815 would end the bearish outlook testing 0.9900 area or higher.
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