- Pair keeps pushing higher after breaking resistance at the January 7 top around 6.7584
- 6.8 handle now within touching distance as we approach US 3Q GDP numbers
- Pullback to support might initiate further buying
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The US Dollar keeps printing fresh record highs versus the Chinese Yuan in offshore trade, as the pair now sits within touching distance from what might prove to be an important resistance level at the 6.8 handle.
The pair surged higher after breaking resistance around the 6.7 handle followed by the 2016 January high around 6.7584.
Indeed, momentum still looks strong as we head into today’s key US 3Q GDP numbers, which could prove influential for the pair’s direction in the near term.
As it were, price is now sitting in close proximity to the 6.8 handle, and a break higher seems an important milestone for further gains.
If the pair reverses course, downside moves might still be interpreted as corrective as long as buyers can keep price above the 6.7 level.
The next major resistance levels seem to be the 6.8 handle, and 6.8500 while potential levels of support could be 6.7584 followed by the area below 6.7400 and the 6.7 handle.
USD/CNH Daily Chart: October 28, 2016
--- Written by Oded Shimoni, Junior Currency Analyst for DailyFX.com
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