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    Market Analysis - Major Pairs



    EU closed the week on bearish note after NFP took the Dollar higher with things looking to continue that way only. It will be good time to enter into sell, but need slight pull back because it reaches comfortable zone.

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    GU closed around 1.23 mark and is likely to remain under pressure with events around Brexit to work out. So, it will be better to trade on short unless situation becomes clear or if there is any proper direction on there.

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    UJ closed at 117 level before visiting down near 115.70, as NFP caused it to rise. It maybe continue to reach near 118, but may once again dip in coming weeks, so good time to have a go at short with tight money management.

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    EJ continued to pile up the weight towards 123/124 levels, but maybe remain around that without any major push as per now. We see the trend shifting bearish in weeks to come, so very much scenario for shorts here.

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    AU was one way traffic this week before NFP made the entry pulling it down again under 0.73, it maybe remain below it for some time to come. As week ahead, it’s clear that the trend is now turned and may push till 0.71/2 levels, at least.

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    EUR/USD has been in mixed zone right throughout the week, as we firstly saw the pair picking up fair bit in early part and challenging 1.08, but just felt short and now remains below it. However, it’s NFP today that will be interesting show to decide for further strength. We are bullish over this.

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    GBP/USD dropped heavily this week after BoE decisions and unchanged interest rates at 0.25%, it’s likely that the pair will remain in pressure and make close out the week below 1.25 handle which will be big setback after good recovery.

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    USD/JPY was in bearish trend and remained on that way so far, it might change as we look ahead at NFP, but all hints are further dropping, so it might not be good time entering into a trade. However, we need to make sure to time the entry correctly.

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    EUR/JPY went deep very quickly this week thus far. It’s likely to remain in pressure ahead, but we expect the pair to close out on slightly higher note, it will be a good opportunity to go for long before the week closes out to gain.

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    AUD/USD was in steady high mode right throughout the week and continued on same pattern, but just got slight dip. However, it has really turned around sharply and we see the pair really rushing high towards the 0.77 mark, it’s likely that the trend is going to continue.

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    This pair had a very good week as it increased by around 200 pips from the lows of 1.2300 to around 1.2500. FED rate hike could not do here much here either as traders ignored it altogether. There were some Economic Data release from both US and UK and they did add to the price action. Even though the Article 50 is to be triggered by month end which might or might not be priced in and is the next big event to watch out

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    This pair has been the worst performer since the time of FED rate hike and is on the slide as some risk-aversion takes place with nearly a 200 pips touchdown from the highs of around 113.5 to around 111.5 May be there would be some more slip before the price stabilizes but that might depend on the developing conditions. Further direction might come from political field of Trump administration and of course the economic data’s on both side of USA and Japan

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    Not much loss for this pair and just around -0.16% for the past five days. The price has seen up and down due to many economic data’s starting from FED rate hike decision to data’s/speeches coming out of Australia. So there seems to be some balance and not much gain or fall. Further direction might come from subsequent events and other markets/factors. USD in general has taken the hit which gave enough room for other pairs to recoup some of their earlier losses!

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    Kiwi also enjoyed the USD weakness post FED hike and is up by around 1% at the close of Wednesday. RBNZ kept the interest rate on hold. Price action here also mirrored the Aussie pair and has been on a roller coaster ride. Further direction would come from usual economic & political data’s as there is no big event lined up for both USA & New Zealand

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    This pair is down by just around -0.30% even though USD took the hit post the FED rate hike. CHF is also a safe-haven currency along with JPY so it rises during risk off time. SNB was on hold regarding their interest rate decision though they reiterated that CHF is over-valued and they remain committed to Forex market. CHF pairs in general can be quite volatile and traders/big institutes have not forgotten the SNB decision flash crash in 2015.

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    EU this week has been in negative trend, it is likely to remain that way. It won’t be entirely bad here to go into buy, but just need to be watchful with the timing, as that is going to be the key for us. We should wait for slight turn before entering.

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    GU really had mixed week, as we saw the pair going up to start off things, but it dipped quickly with the Article 50 coming into play, but the week closed out in positive, as we see the bullish trend running in, so it is hard to decide for any direction.

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    UJ this week was neutral, but last couple of days saw the trend picked up towards bullish zone, it is still in very much no man’s land, so it is impossible to say anything with certain as of now. It will be better to wait before going for any trade.

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    EJ this week was in bearish trend and went down to 118, it is likely to continue hold on similar shape, but there is pull back likely to come, so we could get into gaining some handy amount of pips. However, the overall trend is bearish which should be kept in mind.

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    AU was in neutral trend for the first couple of days before picking up slightly, but on the last day things steamed out and it is back into neutral territory, it is likely that we will hold in similar zone in start of the week, but bulls are likely to take over from there.

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    EU has stayed very much flat so far into the week, it is highly unlikely that we will see any major shift in momentum as per now. However, there are major events listed which is likely to have huge impact in the overall proceeding. We are bearish on this pair as per the upcoming events.

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    GU was very high last week, but things turned sharply as we saw rapid fall, it is likely that we will see this thing continue, but we just need to be very careful that we don’t enter now unless we are certain, as there are many events that can change the scenario.

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    UJ has started the week on positive note, but we still see no clear trend, it is likely that we will see the things turn, as sell is the more likely option we can see. But there is no confirmation about this, so that’s why we need to be extremely wise with the trade we go into.

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    EJ this week has been rather positive with the pair moving good move ahead. However, with the jam pack schedule ahead, it can be fair to say that we will see turn around or simply might continue in similar direction, so a lot to come for which we need to watch very closely.

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    AU has seen massive jump this week, it is seen often that such trend runs long with this pair, so perhaps we could watch this continue ahead. So, it won’t be bad time to buy but just need to make sure we get the entry right, as that could really mean a lot.

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    EUR/USD has been running very steadily in last couple of weeks with no major gains or losses, it’s highly likely that we will see similar trend ahead. However, it is impossible to say anything with certainty as of now with unpredictable political scenarios building up.

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    GBP/USD last week took massive dip after the Elections surprising result. Although, it is to be seen where things go ahead next but some stability is looking to set in, so we need to be extremely watchful with how we go about doing things, as no proper trend is setting in at the moment.

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    USD/JPY has been running in very steady mode, but as we have seen, it is very much downside with no major strength for higher running. It is likely that we will see another wave of bearish trend, so good time to enter into shorts.

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    EUR/JPY has remained low throughout the last week, but the overall trend is bullish which is how it is working, so it will be interesting with how it all works out. We are still very much bullish for the pair as we go ahead in the pace for this week.

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    AUD/USD took huge jump last week with gaining near 200 pips before settling to routine range, it will be interesting where it reaches eventually this week, but with all the events to come, it can be good chance to enter into shorts!

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