USD/JPY is hovering around 114.00 after had marked yearly high at 114.04. The soft Japanese data, better market mood and the trade deal beatween USA, Canada, and Mexico agreed on a trade deal supported the bullish momentum. Ttechnically speaking the is overbought in the short-term and there are no signs that might turn lower. It looks like consolidation is ahead before a new leg to the upside. Indicators ont he four hour time frame are located within overbought territory and the price is developing above its bullish moving averages. Immediate support is seen at 113.60 and as long as the pair holds above it, bulls will attempt to fight the 114.40 level.
Rally continues on the USD/JPY. On the daily chart of the USD/JPY we can see a very sustainable and organized rally on the pair, since it last visited its 200 day EMA (blue line). On its way up, the pair has made some pullbacks, but that has contributed to keeping the momentum on the bullish trend. The pair reaches the 114.00 level, which could act as resistance. In case of a bearish bounce from the 114.00 level, the 113.00 level could act as support, which acted as resistance in the past. On the other hand, if the USD/JPY continues rallying, then the 114.77 level could act as resistance.
USD/JPY failed to extend gains above the 114.00 level today and currently is suffering some modest losses around 113.77. Looking to the upside, a potential decisive break above 114 (daily high), will bring next bullish target at 114.70, followed by 115.00 (the psychological level). The downside offers supports at 113.60 (the daily low), 112.55 and 111.60.
USD/JPY moved out from the consolidation phase and extened its positive momentum further beyond the 114.00 mark. Currently the pair is trading around 114.40 and retains good bullish stance. I expect test of the resistance at 114.75.
After marking its highest daily close in more than year and a half at 114.53, the USD/JPY pair plumetted and fell to its lowest level for the day at 113.64.On the four hour time frame the price crossed to below the 20-day SMA, which has turned to south, but meanwhile is staying above the bullish 50-day and 100-day SMAs. RSI is looking for direction around its mid-line and stochastic is showing strong bearish momentum. First bearish target is seen at 113.35 and the upside offers immediate resistance at 114.75.
The US dollar fell against the Japanese yen on Friday. By the close of US trading, USD / JPY is trading at 113.72, losing 0.15%. I believe that support is now at around 113.51, Tuesday’s low, and resistance is likely at 114.56, high on Thursday.
USD/JPY dipped below 113.00 today, but reversed and started to retrace its losses. Now the pair is again below this level and indicators on the four hour time frame had lost directional strength. The price is developing below its moving averages and first resistance is provided by the flat 100-day SMA at 113.06.
As seen on the four hour time frame, the USD/JPY pair is struggling to preserve its early gains. The price is now looking for direction around the flat 100-day SMA and the bearish 20-day SMA. RSI and stochastic remain within negative territories, but both are directionless. There are no obvious signs for upcoming steeper recovery, as the pair will have to accelerate through 113.60 in order to enter into bullish ground, while a break below 112.75 would enlarge the risk toward the downside.
USD/JPY broke below the 100-day and 200-day SMAs, as seen on the four hour time frame and the last one is providing immediate resistance around 112.30 area, as bulls were unbale unable to advance beyond it. RSI and stochastic have corrected from extremely negative territories, but quickly resumed declines and still are developing in oversold territory, keeping the risk towards the downside.
Usd/Jpy is trading in a narrow range just above 112.00 level while the risk remains to the downside. The immediate support handle 111.80/90 seem strong, on the upside, resistance can be found around 112.50/60.
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