The currency pair is still influenced by the FOMC members comets on the probability of interest rates raise in US. Lael Brainard made a statement yesterday that there are almost no grounds to raise rates as the situation on the US Labor Market had almost no impact on inflation as previously assumed. It is to say that those words was disappointing for those investors who wanted Brainard to change her mind. FOMC member’s comments declined the interest rates hike odds to 15%. However, you had an opportunity to open short trade yesterday and you could get some 400 pips profit. USD may be under pressure this week.
There is no trend on the Weekly chart as the price is close to the MA55. The attempts to grow stopped at 1,13000 and the currency pair failed to reach 1,15000. We expect EUR/USD to decline in the next couple of days. However, it is better to wait markets reaction on yesterday’s FOMC member comments.
There is no trend on the Hourly chart as the MA-channel is horizontal and the price is close to the MA55. We advise to avoid trading and observe fluctuations.
The currency pair failed to grow towards the MA55 balance line and reversed downwards reaching daily low. There was no opportunity to open short trades. However, there was another break of the tendency and the price broke through the trendline on the Hourly chart. Yesterday’s FOMC member comments may exert pressure on USD, allowing GBP/USD to grow further. We advise to pay particular attention to the CPI y/y data which is to be released today.
There is the downtrend on the Weekly chart as the price is below the MA55. The currency pair almost reached 1,35000 target and reversed downwards. There is a high probability that GBP/USD is going towards 1,30000 at the moment.
The uptrend is in progress on the Hourly chart as the MA-channel goes upwards and the price is above the MA55. We advise to open long trades from the MA55 balance line area with stops below this curve.
The currency pair rose to the balance line and there is an opportunity to open short trades at the moment. However, AUD/USD may continue its upside tendency as the other allied currency do after the FOMC member comments. You may try short trades today. However, the risks are still too high.
There is still the uptrend on the Weekly chart as the price is above the MA55 balance line. There is a Doji on the Weekly chart close to the trend line. It is a strong signal that the tendency may change. You may try short trades from here targeting 0,71500. However, this aim is still too far from the current price.
There is the downtrend on the Hourly chart as the MA-channel goes downwards and the price is below the MA55. We advise to open short trades from the MA55 balance line area with stops above this curve.
The currency pair offered some good opportunities to open long trades in the beginning of European session. However, there was almost no further growth because of the FOMC member comments. The price entered profit area and you could take about 200 pips or protect your trades. Today we expect the tendency to change and it is better to avoid trading during the day.
There is still no trend on the Weekly chart as the price is fluctuating around the MA55. The price declined last week as we expected. There is a probability of growth in the next couple of days.
There is no trend on the Hourly chart as the MA-channel is horizontal and the price is below the MA55. We advise to open short trades from the MA55 area with stops below the curve.