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US Dollar Price Outlook: DXY Breakout vs Fed Rate-Cut – Trade Levels

US Dollar Price Outlook: DXY Breakout vs Fed Rate-Cut – Trade Levels

Michael Boutros, Strategist

The US Dollar Index is up more than 2.4% from the June low with DXY now approaching multi-year inflection slope ahead of the FOMC interest rate decision and US Non-Farm Payroll this week. These are the updated targets and invalidation levels that matter on the DXY weekly price chart heading into the close of the month. Review my latestWeekly Strategy Webinar for an in-depth breakdown of this US Dollar trade setup and more.

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US Dollar Price Chart – DXY Weekly

US Dollar Price Chart - DXY Weekly - US Dollar Index Technical Outlook

Notes: In my last US Dollar Weekly Price Outlook we noted that the index was testing a major resistance-confluence at 97.87 where the 61.8% retracement oft eh 2017 decline converges on basic trendline resistance. Price closed just pips above this region last week with the breakout at risk while below this threshold heading into this week’s FOMC interest rate decision.

Immediate weekly resistance now stands at 98.37/42 – a region defined by the 100% extension at of the June advance and the May high. Note that a parallel of the 2011 trendline line (which has been an inflection slope for more than six years now) rests just higher and ultimately a weekly close above is needed to keep the broader long-bias viable targeting 99.19 and the April 2017 uncovered close at 99.98. Keep an eye on the pending RSI resistance trigger for guidance. Initial support now back at 97.87 with a break below 97.50 needed to suggest a larger correction is underway.

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Bottom line: The US Dollar Index needs to clear this critical resistance slope on a weekly close basis to keep the long-bias viable and validate a breakout of the objective yearly opening-range high. From a trading standpoint, look to reduce long-exposure / raise protective stops on a stretch towards 98.37/42 – expect a bigger reaction there IF reached. Keep in mind we’re heading into the close of the month with major event risk on tap (BoE, FOMC, NFP) – stay nimble and tread lightly into the August open.

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--- Written by Michael Boutros, Technical Currency Strategist with DailyFX

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