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Markets in Consolidation- NZD Eyes 7600 as JPY Holds Key Fib Support

Markets in Consolidation- NZD Eyes 7600 as JPY Holds Key Fib Support

Michael Boutros, Strategist

Daily Winners and Losers

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The New Zealand dollar is the top performer at the close of European trade with an advance of 0.48% on the session. The advance comes amid a choppy session in equities with US Stocks off at the open despite a rebound in European trade. The NZD/USD continues to respect the December Low at 7462 and we reserve this level as our bottom limit which if compromised risks substantial kiwi losses in the days to come. A close above former trendline support dating back to March 2011 bodes well for the kiwi with such a scenario eyeing initial targets at the 78.6% Fibonacci retracement at 7680. Note that daily RSI now looks poised for a breach above the 40-mark with a close above trendline resistance dating back to the February highs likely to see the correction gather pace.

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The scalp chart shows the NSDUSD resting just above soft support at 7580 after rebounding off the 23.6% Fibonacci extension taken from the May 22nd and 29th crests at 7595. Subsequent topside resistance levels are eyed at 7620, and the May 29th high at 7645, with a break here targeting 7675. Initial support comes in at the 38.2% extension at 7565 backed by 7540 and the 61.8% extension at 7510. Look for this topside correction to gather pace while noting that headlines out of Europe continue to threaten a more substantial sell-off in risk and would likely weigh heavily on the high yielding commodity bloc.

Key Levels/Indicators

Level/Indicator

Level

200-Day SMA

0.7983

100-Day SMA

0.8096

50-Day SMA

0.7949

2012 NZD HIGH

0.8470

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The Japanese yen is the weakest performer heading into afternoon trade in New York with the USD/JPY higher by more than 0.40% on the session. We have maintained our long position from last week with our stops held just below the 78.6% retracement taken from the February advance at 77.75. Daily resistance remains with the 200-day moving average and is backed by the 61.8% retracement at 79.10 with our initial topside target held at the 50% extension at 80.10. Note that RSI was able to hold above oversold territory with Bullish divergence suggesting the pair may look to test channel resistance over the next few sessions.

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The scalp chart shows the USD/JPY breaking above interim soft resistance at 78.20 with subsequent topside resistance targets seen at 78.50 and the 78.6% Fibonacci extension taken from the March 14th and 20th crests at 78.70. A break above long standing- channel resistance dating back to March 21st at 79.20 offers further conviction on our directional bias with subsequent targets eyed at the 61.8% extension at 79.40 and 79.60. Interim support rests with the 100% extension at 77.90 and the NFP lows put in on Friday at 77.65.

Key Levels/Indicators

Level/Indicator

Level

200-Day SMA

78.66

100-Day SMA

80.12

50-Day SMA

80.56

2011 JPY LOW

75.58

---Written by Michael Boutros, Currency Strategist with DailyFX.com

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