The dollar / yen tried to lower yesterday, forming a bottom at 111.98, but closed slightly higher at 112.44. The signals are neutral so far, but the price is still in the bears phase after the downward pin bar formation at the key resistance of 113.20. Immediate support is seen at 111.65. A clear breakthrough and daily closure below this level will open the doors to 111.00 - 110.65.
The dollar / yen did not make a substantial move yesterday. There is no change in my technical predictions. Expectations remain neutral in the short term, but the price is still in the downstream phase after the formation of the bearish pin bar at the key resistance 113.20. Support for the day we have at 111.65. A clear breakthrough and daily closure below it will clear the way down to 111.00 - 110.65. Generally I remain neutral.
The US dollar recorded a decline against the Japanese yen on Friday. The currency pair opened at 112.27 and the dollar lost 40 pips. Graphics continued to grow below moving averages, while the relative strength index remained neutral. If the bearish mood continues, we can expect a first support test at 110.90.
The dollar / yen had a bearish momentum last week, reaching a bottom of 111.68 after a fake breakthrough over key resistance 113.20 and the emergence of a bearish pin bar. The views are down to testing 111.65. Clear break below this level will open doors to support 111.00 - 110.65. Intraday resistance is at 112.35. A clear breakthrough over it could take the price to a neutral zone, but only a clear break above 113.20 will halt the current short-term downside outlook.
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