FX Weekly: Thank you, EUR/USD, GBP, AUD, NZD, SPX, WTI

An abundance of excellent comments was received last week in relation to analysis, trades, targets, profits, market, education and general commentary published over many years. My audience is eclectic and ranges from everyday retail and bank traders to portfolio managers, hedge funds, academics, central banks, currency analysts, governments, currency owners and partners, exporters, currency sales persons. The list is long, diverse and covers many nations within and across continents.


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Daily interest rate trades for example are now presented differently as trades run from target to target rather than an entry and exit for a few pips profit. Market prices are married to targets but also to target locations.


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The week.


Last week’s focus was highlighted to the massive supports to EUR/USD, GBP/USD, NZD/USD and AUD/USD. As a result, all traded higher but as our pairs traded higher, more supports were built into the price.


EUR/USD supports for example are located at 1.0730, 1.0662 and 1.0556. Higher must cross 1.0766 then monster break at 1.0818. EUR/USD has every ability to challenge 1.0818 this week but not break, yet. Overall range is located from 1.0556, 1.0583 to 1.0818. EUR/USD 1.0500’s are solid across the board. I don’t see a move back to 1.0300’s and not anytime soon.


GBP/USD’s big break remains 1.2790 and a long way to break. GBP/USD like EUR has every chance to break 1.2790 but not this week. In the way is 1.2726. Above 1.2726 and 1.2790 opens the flood gates to a higher GBP/USD in the 1.3000’s to 1.3200’s.


GBP/USD like EUR/USD is solid at 1.2563 and 1.2463 and 1.2400’s across the board. Good target this week is 1.2708. Deeply oversold GBP/CHF and GBP/CAD complies to GBP/USD higher. GBP/NZD and GBP/AUD are in buy drop mode to further assist GBP/USD.


AUD/USD broke 0.7155 and traveled to 0.7166 and current AUD/USD trades above with next targets at 0.7198, 0.7219 then 0.7243. Below AUD/USD is solid at 0.7063 and 0.7043. AUD/USD higher is the result of the break lower at the 5 year average at high 0.7200’sand target achieved at 0.6800’s.


NZD/USD begins the week in a horrible position. Low 0.6400’s remains strong supports and 0.6577 holds as main break for higher to target low 0.6700’s. NZD/USD position reflects the same neutral yet horrible positions to GBP/NZD and EUR/NZD.


Recall EUR/NZD target at 1.6500’s from 1.5900 lows. Took a few weeks but mission accomplished. Watch NZD/USD this week at 1.6451 and supports across the board at 1.6300’s and 1.6200’s.


JPY Cross Pairs


JPY cross pairs short this week offers best trade opportunities beginning with GBP/JPY, EUR/JPY then CAD/JPY as the best 3 currency pairs. Note GBP/JPY closes over the past 4 weeks: 160.45, 159.79, 158.42, 160.99 and 161.27. Not much to JPY cross pairs except trading around ranges without significant breaks. WHY JPY cross pairs is to trade the wide and massive ranges as best trade profits.


No changes to USD/JPY and USD/CAD from Thursday’s post.


DXY


DXY sits on strong and solid supports at 101.00’s and 100’s and explains why EUR/USD will struggle to break 1.0800’s. DXY above must break 102.26, 102.94 then 103.23, below 101.62 then 100.81.


SPX


SPX ranges expanded from 700 points at 4800 to 4100’s to now 4800 to 3800 or 1000 points. Ranges now hold at 4016, 4063 to 4318. Each must break to target lower or higher prices.


WTI


WTI sits from 114’s above to 111’s below. Each must break to target lower or higher prices.


Overall markets this week trade normally, in ranges and without dramatic moves to break significant averages.

Brian Twomey

One thought on “FX Weekly: Thank you, EUR/USD, GBP, AUD, NZD, SPX, WTI

  1. Please accept my heartfelt thank you’s, my sincere gratitude, my overwhelming appreciation and God’s blessings i TOOK THIS FROM YOUR E-MAIL iT DESCRIBES MY FEELINGS ABOUT WHAT YOU DO FOR US YOUR AUDIENCE YOU ARE A TREASURE

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