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USD/JPY Technical Analysis: May 29, 2017
« Reply #45 on: May 29, 2017, 05:02:35 PM »

The U.S. dollar against the Japanese yen declined during the Friday session. It reached the lowest level of 110.80. If it bounced back, this will signal a bullish trend but this would not be easy to attain as there is high-risk appetite especially for this pair. The 110 level gives off a massive support but is the pair breaks lower, the next level would be at  108 region at a quicker pace because there is a still remaining gap that has not been filled.

In  the long-term, this pair will most likely go higher although it may take some time since the 112.50 is strongly resistive. A break higher than this region would be beneficial for scalpers to take advantage of bulls interested in the U.S. dollar.

Traders of this pair should monitor the S&P 500 index as this would have a big influence to the pair. If the index rises, this pair follows. Moreover, the chances for a Fed rate hike puts a bullish pressure for the pair. If it did not take place, it might be a problem for the pair although it is most likely that this would happen with its stature at stake.

Pullbacks every now and then offer long-term opportunities but for short-term, this gives off bearish volatility/ This could persist for some time especially with the major events concerning geopolitical problems occurring from Europe and the U.S.

Overall, the pair moves in an uptrend from 110.23 level and a decline from 112.13 will indicate a correction. It is expected to rise again following the correction towards the 113.50 level. The near-term resistance is found at 111.70 and a break to this level would mean a continuation of the uptrend. On the other hand, the support region is positioned at 110.80 and 110.23 and a break from these levels would push the price back again from 114.36 level.

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USD/JPY Technical Analysis: May 29, 2017
« Reply #45 on: May 29, 2017, 05:02:35 PM »

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USD/JPY Technical Analysis: July 24, 2017
« Reply #46 on: July 24, 2017, 06:16:52 PM »

The U.S. dollar against the Japanese yen descended during the Friday session as it gaps lower than the 111.50 level. Hence, the market declined directed to the 111 region which is a significant psychological level for this pair. Yet, the main support should be found near the 110 handle and a rally from this would open selling opportunities in the market. The 110 region is massively supportive but a retest is still needed. It seems that the market is risk sensitive but the Federal Reserve announcement still has a big impact on the pair.

Traders are beginning to presume that the Fed Reserve will slowly raise its rates where Janet Yellen has said recently saying that the data will be relative to rate hikes. This could reverse the market trend completely.

The 110 region is an area could become relevantly supportive. A bullish pressure is anticipated in that area which will be additionally supported by statements from major players such as the Federal Reserve. It is probable for the market to become bearish in the succeeding trading session but there will also be a downward pressure that restricts the trade movement. If the trend breaks lower than the 109 level then the market could collapse.

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USD/JPY Technical Analysis: July 24, 2017
« Reply #47 on: July 24, 2017, 06:17:47 PM »

The U.S. dollar against the Japanese yen descended during the Friday session as it gaps lower than the 111.50 level. Hence, the market declined directed to the 111 region which is a significant psychological level for this pair. Yet, the main support should be found near the 110 handle and a rally from this would open selling opportunities in the market. The 110 region is massively supportive but a retest is still needed. It seems that the market is risk sensitive but the Federal Reserve announcement still has a big impact on the pair.

Traders are beginning to presume that the Fed Reserve will slowly raise its rates where Janet Yellen has said recently saying that the data will be relative to rate hikes. This could reverse the market trend completely.

The 110 region is an area could become relevantly supportive. A bullish pressure is anticipated in that area which will be additionally supported by statements from major players such as the Federal Reserve. It is probable for the market to become bearish in the succeeding trading session but there will also be a downward pressure that restricts the trade movement. If the trend breaks lower than the 109 level then the market could collapse.