EUR/USD slid down and traded within a tight range today in the evening because of the US bank holiday. There is a probability of the volatility boost today as the volumes may raise. Eurozone statistics was mixed yesterday and gave no additional support to EUR/USD. Services PMI was worse than expected and retail sales rose. Today we advise to pay attention to the EU GDP data. We expect this data to have almost no impact on EUR/USD. However, US statistics may change market situation considerably.
There is no trend on the Weekly chart as the price is close to the MA55. The currency pair decline slows down and there is a probability of growth towards 1,15000.
There is the downtrend on the Hourly chart as the MA-channel goes downwards and the price is below the MA55. We advise to consider short positions from the MA55 balance line with stops above the MA55.
The currency pair renewed monthly highs due to the better than expected UK services PMI data. The latest data from the Great Britain shows that the situation in this country is stable regardless the results of the Brexit Referendum. However, yesterday’s volumes were low and there was no support to the rally during American Session. Today we advise to pay attention to the important US data. Specialists expect the US ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI to slide down to 55,4 points. However, if this data is worse than expected, GBP/USD may get additional support in the evening.
There is the downtrend on the Weekly chart as the price is below the MA55. There was no decline below 1,30000 as the latest UK statistics showed strong results. We expect the currency pair to grow towards 1,35000.
There is the uptrend on the Hourly chart as the MA-channel goes upwards and the price is close to the MA55. Yesterday’s trend line was broken through but the indicators still show the uptrend. This may lead to the uptrend to slow down. We advise to open the long trades from the MA55 area, placing stops below this curve.
The currency pair resumed its growth today in the morning as investors expect the Reserve Bank of Australia to hold the rates at the current level. The uptrend may become stronger in this case. If there is no surprises during the RBA meetings, you may open long trades from the MA55 balance line after the correction.
There is the uptrend on the Weekly chart as the price is above the MA55. The currency pair was declining for the past three weeks according to our expectations. However, we can see some corrective growth at the moment. Further downtrend in AUD/USD may target 0,71500.
There is the uptrend on the Hourly chart as the MA-channel goes upwards and the price is above the MA55. We advise to wait until the currency pair goes back to the MA55 and to open long trades then.
The currency pair was in a tight range during yesterday’s sessions and it is in the neutral position at the moment. Today there is some important data from Swiss: CPI and GDP releases. Bloomberg experts expect the results to be better than current figures. However, we advise to pay more attention to the US data.
There is no trend on the Weekly chart as the price is fluctuating around the MA55. The currency pair grew towards 0,99000, but the US Labor Market data stopped the rally and reverse USD/CHF downwards. We expect some decline in the next couple of days.
There is no trend on the Hourly chart as the MA-channel is horizontal and the price is close to the MA55. We expect USD/CHF to break through this range in the upwards direction. You may place a long order at 0.98200.