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Dukascopy Afternoon Forex Overview

Previous session overview

The dollar held its ground on the euro and high-yielding currencies Tuesday, finding support as a rating agency’s threat to downgrade the U.K.’s AAA rating spooked investors and increased the desire for the relative safe-haven status of the U.S. unit.

The British pound was the session’s big mover, selling off after David Riley, Fitch Ratings’ co-head of global sovereign ratings, told Reuters in an interview Tuesday that the U.K. has the highest risk of major economies of losing its AAA status.

The language echoed a Fitch report from late July, but Riley’s remarks proved enough to trigger a round of profit-taking a day after sterling rose to a three-month high against the dollar.

In recent action, the pound fetched USD1.6710, down from USD1.6763 in North American trading late Monday. The pound had slipped to a low near USD1.6600 in earlier action.

The EUR rose as much as 0.5% against the pound earlier on, but it recently traded up 0.2% to 89.62 pence.

The EUR did not mark time with cable on the move instead holding to recent consolidation around the USD1.4980 area; low prints at USD1.4949 again finding bids with highs matching Monday’s at USD1.5021.

Market expectation

The euro and other high-yielding currencies are expected to take their cues from stocks and commodities during Tuesday trading; if U.S. stocks extend Monday’s rally that sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average to a 13-month high, high-yielders are expected to break out of their morning ranges and gain; if stocks open lower, as is expected, the dollar could strengthen.

USDJPY pressed to JPY89.70 area a short while ago as euro-yen retreated from its earlier high as the euro saw LHS pressure around various fixings but flows here, as elsewhere, on the light side. Dollar pair still said to hold demand interest sub JPY89.60 and pair is modestly responsive to risk-appetites still. Exporter offers remain atop JPY90.30 area, beyond the high seen just ahead of the US session as euro-yen supported.

Pound again meets decent resistance at USD1.6722 (50% USD1.6844/1.6600), with rate backing off to currently trade around USD1.6710. Rate retains a buoyant tone with continued talk that the 1600GMT fix to see RHS fix interest. Traders note that the earlier sale of E700mln in euro-sterling was transacted for the 1400GMT fix.

Movers & Shakers:

USD/CHF +0.28%
EUR/GBP +0.21%
NZD/USD +0.18%
EUR/CHF +0.07%
CAD/JPY +0.06%
EUR/USD -0.21%
AUD/JPY -0.24%
EUR/JPY -0.30%
AUD/NZD -0.31%
EUR/CAD -0.36%
CHF/JPY -0.37%
EUR/NOK -0.38%
GBP/USD -0.43%
GBP/JPY -0.52%

Important levels:

Support Resistance
EUR/USD
1.4895 1.5068
1.4784 1.5131
1.4721 1.5242
GBP/USD
1.6645 1.6878
1.6511 1.6977
1.6412 1.7111
USD/CHF
1.0029 1.0149
0.9982 1.0222
0.9909 1.0269
USD/JPY
89.620 90.190
89.375 90.515
89.050 90.760

Source: Dukascopy

Dukascopy Morning Forex Overview

Previous session overview

The U.K. pound fell sharply in Asia Tuesday, dragging the euro down with it, due to reported remarks by a senior official at Fitch Ratings that the U.K. is most at risk among major economies of losing its AAA status.

Fitch’s co-head of global sovereign ratings David Riley made the remarks in an interview with Reuters earlier in the day.

The yen rose slightly against the euro and dollar Tuesday. The euro was at JPY134.44 from JPY134.90 in New York and the dollar was at JPY89.73 from JPY89.99. The rise was mostly due to Japanese exporters, who sold the two currencies against the yen as part of their regular monthly settlement.

The euro rallied toward USD1.50 on Monday amidst broad-based US dollar weakness, as well as signs that the Euro-zone largest economy may be pulling the region out of recession thanks to increased trade. The German trade balance surged to 10.6 billion euros in September (not seasonally adjusted), as exports rose 3.8 percent while imports increased 5.8 percent.

The British pound may have gained nearly 1 percent against the US dollar and Japanese yen, but the currency generally fell versus the rest of the majors as there are lingering concerns that the Bank of England will continue to expand their quantitative easing program.

The Australian dollar edged higher in Asia trade on Tuesday and is tipped to climb further in the near term as economic fundamentals continue to favor appreciation.

Market expectation

Pound traders flash up that a ‘good name’ was a noted buyer in the USD1.6630/35 area, with rate pushed up to current level around USD1.6655. Offers seen placed toward USD1.6680.

The euro also slipped against the dollar, but dealers said the single currency is likely to claw back its losses, as investors’ long-term sentiment suggests the greenback will remain under selling pressure as the Federal Reserve may have no choice but to keep its rates low to boost economic growth.

Euro-dollar bids remain at USD1.4950, with resistance USD1.5020/30. Russian sales of euro-dollar into early Europe ease rate back to USD1.4982.

European stock markets are expected to open modestly higher Tuesday after the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit a new 2009 high, and strong gains in Asia, as upbeat sentiment after the Group of 20 meeting continued to lend support.

Giving a firm signal the government is relaxed with any test of parity against the U.S. dollar, Australia’s Trade Minister said the Australian dollar could rise to parity with the U.S. currency, and the country’s manufacturers will have to learn to live with it.

Movers & Shakers:

CAD/JPY +0.84%
NZD/USD +0.80%
EUR/GBP +0.62%
AUD/USD +0.53%
EUR/USD +0.44%
AUD/JPY +0.28%
CHF/JPY +0.21%
EUR/JPY +0.19%
AUD/NZD -0.26%
GBP/JPY -0.42%
USD/CHF -0.44%
GBP/CHF -0.63%
EUR/CAD -0.64%
EUR/NOK -0.70%
USD/SEK -0.77%
USD/CAD -1.07%
USD/NOK -1.13%

Important levels:

Support Resistance
EUR/USD
1.4895 1.5068
1.4784 1.5131
1.4721 1.5242
GBP/USD
1.6645 1.6878
1.6511 1.6977
1.6412 1.7111
USD/CHF
1.0029 1.0149
0.9982 1.0222
0.9909 1.0269
USD/JPY
89.620 90.190
89.375 90.515
89.050 90.760

Source: Dukascopy

Dukascopy Afternoon Forex Overview – Oct 21 2009

Previous session overview

The USD is mixed this morning to start New York after pressing slightly higher to start Asia; lower commodities pricing and weaker equities weighed on the risk trade putting the majors on the defense early.

The pound is substantially stronger against the dollar Wednesday morning after bullish minutes from the Bank of England, while the euro is flat after relinquishing earlier gains as stock markets retreat.

The pound hit a high of USD1.6592 overnight, its highest level since mid-September, after the minutes from the Bank of England’s last meeting suggested it may not extend its GBP175 billion asset-purchase program next month, as had been widely expected.

The euro slipped as low as CHF1.5097, close to the levels that could trigger intervention from the Swiss National Bank, which has moved twice earlier this year to halt the franc’s advance.

EURO failed to follow GBP higher; low prints at USD1.4887 fond technical buyers with rumors of an Asian sovereign covering short from the highs yesterday. High prints at USD1.4967 failed to find stops said to be in the USD1.4970 area from early shorts.

Market expectation

EURUSD unsubstantiated chatter linking euro demand to a hedge fund that has been in the news of late regarding insider trading concerns. Talk in FX and elsewhere suspects that account may be liquidating positions, though this remains to be verified. EURUSD high prints now at USD1.4995 as pair tops Tuesday high and as barrier at USD1.5000 looks vulnerable, ahead of significant expiry. Stops placed atop USD1.5000 although offers mentioned earlier USD1.5005/10.

Pound trades to USD1.6628, just above earlier mentioned near term tech target at USD1.6627 (1.618% swing USD1.6592/35). Offers noted to USD1.6630, a break to open a move on toward USD1.6650/60.

EURJPY feeling the effect of a firmer euro-dollar as option plays in that pair push the rate above USD1.5000. High in the cross so far confirmed at JPY136.46, topping out pretty much in line with earlier noted Fibonacci resistance.

There are no significant economic releases scheduled for Wednesday in North America, suggesting overall risk appetite will continue to be the key driver for currencies.

Movers & Shakers:

USD/CAD +2.13%
EUR/CAD +1.77%
GBP/JPY +1.47%
GBP/CHF +0.84%
USD/JPY +0.84%
GBP/USD +0.63%
CHF/JPY +0.61%
EUR/JPY +0.49%
USD/NOK +0.44%
AUD/JPY +0.25%
EUR/CHF -0.13%
NZD/USD -0.21%
EUR/USD -0.35%
AUD/NZD -0.36%
USD/SEK -0.42%
AUD/USD -0.58%
EUR/GBP -0.96%
CAD/JPY -1.28%

Important levels:

Support Resistance
EUR/USD
1.4877 1.4990
1.4823 1.5049
1.4764 1.5103
GBP/USD
1.6309 1.6470
1.6239 1.6561
1.6148 1.6631
USD/CHF
1.0083 1.0168
1.0041 1.0211
0.9998 1.0253
USD/JPY
90.235 91.225
89.665 91.645
89.245 92.215

Source: Dukascopy

Dukascopy Morning Forex Overview – Oct 21 2009

Previous session overview

The dollar slipped a tad against the yen in Asia Wednesday due to profit-taking, but it may rise briefly later in the day as Japanese fund players are expected to launch their buying for new trust funds.

The profit-taking sent the dollar to JPY90.68 at 0450 GMT from JPY90.71 in New York Tuesday. The Dollar Index, a trade-weighted basket of six currencies, was at 75.52 from 75.54 overnight.

But expected trust fund-related buying is likely to turn the dollar around later in the day, dealers said.

EURUSD closed in NY around USD1.4940/45, having been pressed to lows in that session of USD1.4883 following the failure to take out the much reported barriers at USD1.5000 (USD1.4994/92 Asia-NY highs) with BOC countering any hopes for an early rate hike, which prompted strong short covering buys in dollar-Canada, seen as the catalyst for the general dollar correction. Early trade in Asia was confined to a range of USD1.4940/20 before strong sales of euro-yen by exporters after the Tokyo fix again took rate under USD1.4900 before meeting demand on the dip at USD1.4888.

Sterling extended gains, hitting a fresh four-week high against the US dollar, boosted as the greenback came under broad selling pressure with solid US corporate earnings lifting demand for perceived higher risk currencies.

The Australian dollar was lower late Wednesday as the currency’s extended rally showed signs of exhaustion, prompting the need for a temporary pause, traders said.

Market expectation

EURUSD traders note sell interest seen in place between USD1.4945/65, with stops above USD1.4975. If stops triggered may again expose USD1.5000. Failure in the USD1.4945/65 area may allow for a pullback toward the USD1.4885/70 area ahead of USD1.4860/40.

GBPUSD currently trades at USD1.6390, with demand seen at USD1.6385/80, more at USD1.6370 and ahead of USD1.6355/50. Offers USD1.6440/55, a break above here may open a move toward USD1.6490/00.

USDJPY remains under downward pressure stemming from low U.S. interest rates, pair may rise briefly in coming few days, getting tailwind from buying by Japanese institutional investors to launch new Toshin, which usually happens toward end of month, said analysts.

Some traders said that players are hesitant about buying the euro aggressively due to European officials’ complaints about a high euro, but Europe’s interest rates which are higher than the U.S.’s will likely make players push the euro up eventually.

Looking ahead, players will pay attention to releases of earnings reports from U.S. firms such as Morgan Stanley later in the global day. If results show firm business performance, stock prices will rise and the euro is likely to follow suit, dealers said

Movers & Shakers:

USD/CAD +1.73%
EUR/CAD +1.39%
USD/NOK +0.86%
USD/JPY +0.63%
USD/SEK +0.61%
GBP/JPY +0.59%
EUR/NOK +0.51%
CHF/JPY +0.38%
EUR/AUD +0.31%
EUR/JPY +0.30%
AUD/JPY -0.02%
GBP/USD -0.04%
EUR/CHF -0.09%
AUD/NZD -0.23%
EUR/GBP -0.30%
EUR/USD -0.35%
NZD/USD -0.40%
AUD/USD -0.65%
CAD/JPY -1.07%

Important levels:

Support Resistance
EUR/USD
1.4877 1.4990
1.4823 1.5049
1.4764 1.5103
GBP/USD
1.6309 1.6470
1.6239 1.6561
1.6148 1.6631
USD/CHF
1.0083 1.0168
1.0041 1.0211
0.9998 1.0253
USD/JPY
90.235 91.225
89.665 91.645
89.245 92.215

Source: Dukascopy

Dukascopy Afternoon Forex Overview – Oct 20 2009

Previous session overview

The euro remained stronger against the dollar in morning New York trading Tuesday, but has pulled back from overnight highs near the psychologically important USD1.50 mark after weaker-than-expected U.S. housing data dented risk appetite.

However, the common currency’s retreat is likely to be temporary, and currency moves throughout the session are likely to track the stock market and its response to corporate earnings, analysts said.

U.S. housing starts in September increased 0.5%, less than the 2% increase economists had expected. Housing permits also dropped 1.2%. Economists had expected permits to increase by 2.8%.

The euro rose to USD1.4994 in overnight trading as investors piled into risky trades buoyed by strong U.S. corporate earnings and a tough statement on inflation from the Australian central bank.

Minutes from the Reserve Bank of Australia’s Oct. 6 meeting indicated the RBA could again raise key interest rates as early as November, analysts said. The RBA was the first central bank of a major economy to raise key interest rates.

The central bank tightened its rates to 3.25% from 3.00% in October. The Australian dollar rose to its highest level since August 2008 before pulling back by the U.S. session.

Market expectation

Analysts said data this week may not have a lasting impact on currency markets. Instead, investors are watching for the euro to break through the USD1.50 mark, they said.

This level may prove a challenge for the euro given that there are major orders to buy dollars just ahead of the USD1.50 mark. But once the euro finally breaks through USD1.50, the move upward toward USD1.5050 could come very quickly, analysts said. The common currency could reach USD1.50 Tuesday.

USDJPY gains extended to near to JPY90.40 area after the pair found a base around JPY90.12 just a short while ago, some bids showing up ahead of earlier reported demand interest at JPY90.00, traders say. Flows modest in the pair as market tries to determine the next moves for the yen, recent yen longs across all pairs set in the wake of the elections now largely squeezed out, the traders assert. Offers placed at a relatively distant JPY91.00/10.

EURGBP stretched to lows of stg0.9084, with traders linking sterling demand to strong cable buys from a UK clearer, this rate pushing up to USD1.6490. Earlier talk placed bids at stg0.9075/70, but now getting flashed that there a ‘lot of stops positioned from below stg0.9080. Recent talk noted large stops under stg0.9070.

Movers & Shakers:

NZD/USD +1.00%
GBP/USD +0.92%
AUD/USD +0.74%
GBP/CHF +0.43%
GBP/JPY +0.42%
EUR/USD +0.35%
AUD/JPY +0.24%
AUD/NZD -0.26%
EUR/AUD -0.40%
USD/CAD -0.47%
USD/CHF -0.49%
EUR/NOK -0.50%
USD/JPY -0.51%
EUR/GBP -0.58%
USD/SEK -0.60%
USD/NOK -0.84%

Important levels:

Support Resistance
EUR/USD
1.4870 1.5024
1.4772 1.5080
1.4716 1.5178
GBP/USD
1.6288 1.6483
1.6168 1.6557
1.6094 1.6677
USD/CHF
1.0069 1.0195
1.0024 1.0276
0.9943 1.0321
USD/JPY
90.380 91.155
89.990 91.540
89.605 91.930

Source: Dukascopy

Dukascopy Morning Forex Overview – Oct 20 2009

Previous session overview

The euro nearly touched the psychologically important USD1.50 mark in Asia on Tuesday as falling U.S. interest rates prompted market participants to sell the greenback, while firm regional share prices encouraged them to buy the common currency instead.

The U.S. currency also fell against the yen, partly because of Japanese exporters’ selling. The volume of such sales is usually high on the 5th, 10th, 15th, 20th, 25th and 30th of every month because they tend to settle accounts on these days.

The greenback was at JPY90.20 from JPY90.56 in New York, and dealers said it may soon fall below JPY90.00 again. The Dollar Index, which measures the currency’s value against six major units, was at 75.19 from 75.37 overnight.

The euro, whose gains make exports from the euro zone more expensive, has risen about 20% versus the dollar since early March and to roughly the same degree against the Chinese Yuan, which closely tracks the U.S. currency. The European currency was trading near a 14-month high of USD1.4950 against the dollar Monday.

The British pound rallied against the dollar to a four-week high at USD1.6436 in late trading on Monday. Earlier in European morning cable dropped to USD1.6240 partly due to BOE’s Adam Posen was quote in a newspaper interview that ‘he is ready to back an increase in the Bank’s 175 billion pound quantitative easing program next month.’ However, the strength in stock markets around the globe increased the demand for perceived riskier assets.

The Australian dollar rallied to fresh 15-month highs above USD0.9300 on Tuesday as the Reserve Bank of Australia signaled there were increased inflationary risks over the medium term. In minutes of its Oct. 6 board meeting, the RBA said inflation concerns were the trigger for its decision to lift interest rates by 25 basis points to 3.25%. It also foreshadowed upward revisions to its inflation and economic growth forecasts in a coming quarterly policy statement.

Market expectation

Pound currently seen resting on the broken resistance at USD1.6425, with bid interest seen placed to USD1.6420. A break here may allow for a deeper pullback toward USD1.6505/395 with stronger interest remaining in place at USD1.6375. Above USD1.6450 may open a move toward USD1.6470/80 ahead of USD1.6500.

For EURUSD offers remain in place to USD1.5000, with talk of a mix of offers and stops placed between USD1.5005/10. Support seen placed at USD1.4965 through to USD1.4950, stronger at USD1.4920 and USD1.4880/70.

Looking ahead, players will pay attention to the earnings reports of U.S. firms to be released later the global day. If the reports show good results, U.S. stock prices will rise and the dollar will decline, said analysts.

The next key risk event for the U.K. pound will come Wednesday from the minutes of the most recent Bank of England monetary policy committee meeting, at which the MPC left interest rates and asset purchases on hold.

Data to be released on Tuesday include machine tool orders in Japan, PPI in Germany; PSNCR in U.K; building permits, housing starts, PPI and PCE in U.S.; leading indicators and BOC rate decision in Canada.

Movers & Shakers:

NZD/USD +1.15%
AUD/USD +1.09%
GBP/USD +0.73%
EUR/USD +0.64%
AUD/JPY +0.30%
CHF/JPY +0.10%
CAD/JPY +0.08%
EUR/CHF -0.24%
EUR/CAD -0.24%
EUR/AUD -0.45%
USD/SEK -0.78%
USD/JPY -0.78%
USD/CAD -0.86%
USD/CHF -0.87%
EUR/NOK -0.92%
USD/NOK -1.55%

Important levels:

Support Resistance
EUR/USD
1.4870 1.5024
1.4772 1.5080
1.4716 1.5178
GBP/USD
1.6288 1.6483
1.6168 1.6557
1.6094 1.6677
USD/CHF
1.0069 1.0195
1.0024 1.0276
0.9943 1.0321
USD/JPY
90.380 91.155
89.990 91.540
89.605 91.930

Source: Dukascopy

Dukascopy Afternoon Forex Overview – Oct 16 2009

Previous session overview

The dollar is stronger against the euro in early New York trading Friday as investors take end-of-week profits and higher-yielding currencies take a breather after big run-ups over the past week.

But even though the dollar is being given a brief respite from its recent drubbing, the euro will rise again, analysts said.

The dollar continued to strengthen against the yen after analysts said key technical levels on Thursday were tripped, which sent the dollar higher against the yen.

The pound also continued to strengthen against the dollar, as investors who had shorted the British currency are now being squeezed out of the market as new investors flood into the pair, analysts said.

Meanwhile, U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said in a television interview that the U.S. dollar would retain its role as the world’s reserve currency, but acknowledged maintaining its status entails “special obligations and responsibilities” to keep the dollar’s value from eroding.

Market expectation

Investors are looking toward several pieces of data to be released Friday, including the Treasury International Capital report, industrial production numbers and consumer confidence data.

Strong economic data could give the euro a boost if investor’s trade based on risk, with rosier data supporting an economic recovery and higher-yielding assets over the safe-haven dollar.

The TIC data is expected to show buying of U.S. Treasurys lent support to foreign inflows into the U.S. though analysts will be watching to see how much money U.S. investors are sending abroad, as the global economy recovers and investors abandon the dollar to chase higher yields overseas.

EURJPY pullback from highs above JPY136.00 seen in the European morning are so far contained ahead of JPY135.50, with technical analysts saying the outlook is positive after yesterday’s break and close above the Ichimoku cloud, today seen as pivotal at JPY133.81. On the topside, the rally has so far stalled in line with the August 24 high at JPY134.09. A break above this area may expose the next tech level at JPY136.44 (76.4% retrace August-October sell-off).

EURUSD continues to pivot around USD1.4880, following earlier reports of semi official demand seen around this area. However, rate did manage to extend intraday lows to USD1.4868, currently back around USD1.4884. Bids earlier reported in place between USD1.4865/60, more between USD1.4845/40. Offers remain in place at USD1.4925.

Movers & Shakers:

EUR/CAD +1.00%
USD/CAD +0.98%
GBP/JPY +0.95%
GBP/CHF +0.76%
USD/SEK +0.72%
GBP/USD +0.51%
EUR/JPY +0.47%
USD/JPY +0.44%
EUR/NOK +0.43%
AUD/USD -0.14%
EUR/GBP -0.47%
NZD/USD -0.53%
CAD/JPY -0.55%

Important levels:

Support Resistance
EUR/USD
1.4876 1.5001
1.4797 1.5047
1.4751 1.5126
GBP/USD
1.6113 1.6452
1.5888 1.6566
1.5774 1.6791
USD/CHF
1.0108 1.0188
1.0074 1.0233
1.0029 1.0267
USD/JPY
89.758 91.443
88.691 92.061
88.073 93.128

Source: Dukascopy

Dukascopy Morning Forex Overview – Oct 16 2009

Previous session overview

The yen weakened against the euro and dollar in Asia Friday as firm Asian equity markets and commodity prices prompted speculators to dump the safe-haven Japanese currency in favor of higher-risk units.

The euro rose to JPY136.03 during the morning session, its highest level since August 24, after closing at JPY135.51 in New York late Thursday. As of 0600 GMT, the single currency stood at JPY135.71.

Meanwhile, the dollar rose to JPY90.99, its peak since September 25, helped by recent rises in yields on U.S. Treasuries. At 0600 GMT, the greenback traded at JPY90.96.

The euro dollar pair fell recording a low of USD1.4914 and a high of USD1.4967, having the union currency trading around USD1.4925. Yesterday the pair extended its gains against the green back breaching the USD1.4960 levels then getting back to the USD1.4925 levels.

Regarding the GBPUSD, it is consolidating between USD1.6400 and USD1.6310 recording a low of USD1.6319 and a high of USD1.6398, having the royal pound trading around USD1.6335. The pair extended its gains yesterday as it rallied from the USD1.6000 levels to the USD1.6330 levels.

The Australian dollar was mostly unchanged late Friday, after retreating from an earlier fresh 14-month high. Traders said buying of the Australian dollar against the yen provided the early catalyst for gains, while others cited a front page article in The Australian newspaper on the growing potential for parity with the U.S. dollar.

Market expectation

The euro shows some vulnerability Friday, with some profit-taking seeming likely going into the European session, followed by fresh buying perhaps next week.

Traders said the euro may rise further against the yen and the dollar if U.S. economic data and corporate earnings come in stronger than expected, increasing risk appetite for high-yielding currencies. The single currency’s next upside targets are at USD1.5000 and JPY136.50, they said.

Players’ attention will now turn to U.S. industrial production data due at 1315 GMT to gauge whether the U.S. economy is on its way to recovery.

August’s University of Michigan consumer confidence index due at 1355 GMT and Bank of America’s earnings will also be studied by the market, traders said.

European stock markets are expected to open higher Friday, with investors generally bullish ahead of more corporate earnings figures which, so far, have mostly surprised to the upside and painted a brighter picture of the global economy.

In Australia, the minutes from the RBA’s last policy meeting due Tuesday are likely to further reinforce expectations for more rate hikes.

Movers & Shakers:

GBP/JPY +3.51%
GBP/CHF +2.22%
GBP/USD +1.82%
AUD/JPY +1.71%
USD/JPY +1.67%
EUR/JPY +1.37%
USD/CAD +1.31%
CHF/JPY +1.27%
EUR/CAD +1.03%
USD/SEK +1.00%
EUR/USD -0.29%
EUR/AUD -0.33%
NZD/USD -0.49%
EUR/GBP -2.06%

Important levels:

Support Resistance
EUR/USD
1.4876 1.5001
1.4797 1.5047
1.4751 1.5126
GBP/USD
1.6113 1.6452
1.5888 1.6566
1.5774 1.6791
USD/CHF
1.0108 1.0188
1.0074 1.0233
1.0029 1.0267
USD/JPY
89.758 91.443
88.691 92.061
88.073 93.128

Source: Dukascopy