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EUR/SEK Bullish Reversal Day Could Finally Trigger Much Needed Rally

EUR/SEK Bullish Reversal Day Could Finally Trigger Much Needed Rally

2011-02-10 07:50:00
Joel Kruger, Technical Strategist
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Eur/SekA major bullish reversal day off of the yearly lows by 8.75 could now finally open the door for some short-term basing at a minimum, with scope from here for additional corrective gains towards 9.00 over the coming sessions. Back above 9.00 will officially signal a shift in the structure and open an acceleration of buying. Back below 8.75 negates.

Eur/NokWe are finally starting to see the formation of a potential base in the cross after the market had dropped to fresh multi-year lows by 7.70. At this point, the latest rally has stalled out ahead of 8.00, and for the recovery to continue, we would need to see a higher low now by 7.80 ahead of the next major upside extension beyond 7.95 and through psychological barriers by 8.00. Back below 7.80 negate and exposes critical lows by 7.60 further down.

Usd/SekRemains under some intense pressure with the market trading just off of the yearly and multi-week lows from last Wednesday at 6.36. However, with daily studies looking stretched, there is the risk for some corrective upside ahead. A bullish outside day in the previous week helps to confirm and we look for a break and close back above 6.55 to accelerate.

Usd/Nok The market continues to consolidate by the multi-month lows in the 5.70 area with no signs of any bounce just yet. At this point, daily studies are in neutral territory so there is risk for more choppy trade before what we project to be legitimate and meaningful recovery attempt towards 6.30 and beyond. A break above 5.80 will help to confirm basing outlook, while a weekly close back under 5.70 negates.

Written by Joel Kruger, Technical Currency Strategist for DailyFX.com

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