I tentatively opened a long position due to the inverted hammer bar on the daily time frame above the support at 113.00. However, the pair has also formed double top at 114.80 so whether it will break above that level is uncertain at the moment.
The pair recorded moderate growth on Tuesday in a second consecutive positive session. The US dollar climbed by 17 pips to 113.98, having traded within the extreme values 114.18 and 113.49. USD/JPY continues to move over the rising moving averages, keeping positive attitudes, as RSI remains in neutral territory. A break of 112.90 will however change the short-term sentiment.
Dollar retreated moderately against the yen yesterday. The decline, which amounted 25 pips to 113.73, managed to erase gains from Tuesday. The final figures for the day were reached respectively at 114.39 and 113.41. RSI remains in neutral territory as the price continues to move in a narrow range over the 50-period average value. A break of 114.80 will resume the upward direction.
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