Currency Trading Analysis By Forex Traders

June-10, 2022, Daily latest currency trading analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

The USD/JPY hit levels not seen since 2002 and then pulled back only modestly. Analysts at MUFG Bank point out that the USD/JPY move higher may slow down on an increased risk of intervention to curb yen’s weakness. They see short-term risks in USD/JPY to the upside.

“The risks over the short-term is for USD/JPY to drift further higher. The CPI data and the Fed meeting next week will provide support for US yields, underlining the lack of change to the policy divergence driver, especially given Governor Kuroda’s speech this week. The threat of intervention is certainly now much higher following the statement today expressing concern, which may result in increased reluctance for speculative yen selling and result in non-dollar yen strength in circumstances of broader US dollar strength into the FOMC and BoJ meetings next week.”


Yesterday’s European Central Bank (ECB) rate decision and press conference (although more hawkish) sent the euro tumbling post-announcement. Leading up to the announcement, markets were pricing in a more aggressive stance but the ECB quelled these projections by opening up the potential for a 50bps rate hike in September and not July as many expected. In addition, growth forecasts were revised lower thus weighing on euro upside despite the possibility of the aforementioned 50bps jump. GDP growth revisions read as follows:

2.8% in 2022, 2.1% in 2023, and 2.1% in 2024

Technical outlook

Trendline resistance on the daily EUR/USD chart has held once again emphasizing its importance since early February 2022. Price action is skewed to the downside and I would not be surprised if we see bears break below 1.0600 towards the 1.0500 psychological zone.

Resistance levels:

Trendline resistance (black)
50-day EMA (blue)
20-day EMA (purple)

Support levels:



The NZDUSD rallied in the Asian session, and moved back up toward a topside trend line.

Recall from yesterday, the price did move briefly above that trend line but quickly reversed to the downside. That move to the downside extended to a swing area between 0.63749 and 0.63792 toward the end of trading yesterday and into the earlier Asian session. Buyers lean against that level pushing the price toward the aforementioned topside trend line.

The low price briefly move below the 61.8% retracement at 0.6353. That came near a swing area between 0.63447 and 0.63479 and the lower channel trendline at 0.6336 currently (and moving lower).


Silver (XAG/USD) advances after seesawing earlier in the day, reaching a three-week low at $21.27, but staged a recovery after the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment slumped the most in 5 decades. At the time of writing, XAG/USD is trading at $21.82, erasing earlier losses and now gaining 0.57%.

In the meantime, the US Dollar is rallying to fresh three-week highs, at 104.174, gaining 1.96%. At the same time, the US 10-year Treasury yield is rallying to new four-week highs at 3.14%, up by twenty basis points.

US consumer sentiment plunges, and US inflation rose to 4-decades highs
US consumer sentiment plummeted the most in 5-decades, following an inflation report that in the previous two months before May reading fell though rebounded to 8.6% YoY.

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June-13, 2022, Daily currency trading analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

Currency trading analysis, june-13, 2022

The safe-haven dollar rose to a fresh four-week high against a basket of currencies on Monday, supported by fears of a global economic slowdown and bets on steep interest rate hikes by the U.S. Federal Reserve.

Global financial markets continued to smart from Friday’s hotter-than-expected U.S. inflation data that led to a broad-based drop in risk sentiment and fueled bets on even more aggressive policy tightening.

The U.S. Dollar Currency Index, which tracks the greenback against six other major currencies, was up 0.4% at 104.83, within sight of the 2-decade high of 105.01 touched in mid May.


On the other hand, The USD/JPY plunges close to 200 pips after breaking above the 135.15 January 2002 high, as speculations of Japanese authorities’ intervention in the FX market emerged last Friday. At 134.18, the USD/JPY retreated from daily highs at around 135.19, despìte US Treasury yields extending their gains towards multi-year highs.

In the meantime, the US Dollar Index, a gauge of the buck’s value against its peers, is advancing 0.64% at 104.857 after reaching a 20-year high at around 105.065.

Central bank divergence between the Fed and the BoJ’s had been the main drivers of the USD/JPY in the year. Also, the positive correlation of the pair with the US 10-year Treasury yield triggered a USD/JPY rally, from 116.00 to 135.00.


Elsewhere, EUR/USD sank on Monday, falling as much as 0.9% to 1.0420 at its worst point, hitting its lowest level in more than a month, pressured by broad-based U.S. dollar strength and risk-off sentiment. During the session, the DXY index briefly surged above the 105.00 mark, touching its highest level in more than 20 years, bolstered by soaring U.S. Treasury yields. Stocks also plummeted amid hawkish repricing of Fed rate hike expectations, with the S&P 500 dropping more than 3% and entering bear market territory, a move that reinforced safe haven demand.


EUR/USD deepened losses at the start of the week, breaking below a key area of support near 1.0500, a bearish signal for price action. If the pair closes below this level decisively, we could see a move towards the 2022 lows at 1.0349 in the coming days. On further weakness, the focus shifts lower to exchange rate parity.

On the other hand, if dip buyers return and manage to spark a bullish reversal, initial resistance appears at 1.0500. If prices climb above this barrier, upside pressure could pick up pace, pushing EUR/USD towards the next ceiling around 1.0650.


The GBPUSD is down for the 4th consecutive day, and in the process, the pair has moved to test the swing low from May 13 (and low for the year) at 1.21543.

The low price for the day has reach 1.2160 so far.

Drilling to the hourly chart, the price action today initially found Asian session support near 1.2260. That level was the swing low going back to May 9. The subsequent bounce saw the price reenter a swing area between 1.2288 to 1.2302. The high price on a corrective move stalled right at the 1.2300 natural resistance level (the high reached 1.22998) and just below the high of the swing area. The price has been trending to the downside since that successful test.


Gold spot (XAU/USD) slides to a new monthly low near the $1820 figure on Monday, as US Treasury yields skyrocket, propelled by Friday’s hotter than expected US inflation numbers, ahead of the US Federal Reserve June meeting, in which investors have priced in a 50 bps increase. At the time of writing, XAU/USD is trading at $1826.60, down near 2.20%.

In the meantime, Gold remains trading heavy after reaching a daily high near $1880, weighed by higher US Treasury yields. The 10-year benchmark note rate jumped to multiyear-highs, to levels last seen in 2011, at around the 3.314% threshold, up by 15 bps.

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June-14, 2022, Daily forex trading analysis and currency exchange forecast, by forex forum.​

Currency trading analysis, june-14, 2022

The EUR/USD continue to pull back after the beginning of the American session and it is hovering around 1.0410, slight above Monday’s close. Earlier on Tuesday, the pair peaked at 1.0485 but then lost momentum as Wall Street turned to the downside and as US yields printed fresh highs.

After a positive opening, the Dow Jones is falling by 0.42% and the S&P 500 by 0.11%. The US 10-year bond yield stands at 3.45%, the highest since April 2011. The FOMC meets and will announce on Wednesday a rate hike. Speculations of a 75 basis points rate hike rose after CPI inflation data on Friday; the PPI numbers today came below expectation but did not alleviate tightening expectations.


On the other hand, Early on Tuesday, the Bank of Japan (BoJ) expanded bond buying and offered to increase purchases over different durations on Wednesday, to bring the yield on the 10-year Japanese government bond (JGB) back within the 0.25% cap.


On the daily chart, USD/JPY appears to be consolidating between 135 and 134.50 as the market contemplates the next move. While it is difficult to make a case against the US dollar, prices look overbought at current levels – shown by the RSI. In addition, price action over the last few days offers little insight other than ‘indecision’, as small candle bodies are accompanied by extended wicks on both sides.

As such, if we are to see a lower move/pullback, the lowest wick around 133.20 becomes the tripwire for a potential drop lower followed by 131.35. On the upside, a break and hold above 135, could indicate the re-emergence of the bullish trend – something that could very well materialize should markets view tomorrow’s FOMC rate decision as hawkish. A potential 75 basis point hike would widen the current interest rate differential even more which could see the yen depreciate against the dollar further.

US Dollar​

Moreover, The dollar edged higher against a basket of currencies on Tuesday, to scale a fresh two-decade high, as traders braced for an aggressive rate hike from the U.S. Federal Reserve this week to try to curb inflation.

The U.S. Dollar Currency Index, which tracks its performance against six other major currencies, was up 0.1% at 105.27, after climbing to as high as 105.32, its strongest since December 2002.

With inflation and growth-related concerns plaguing economies around the world, the greenback has benefited from safe haven flows in recent weeks and months.


Elsewhere, The NZDUSD - like other pairs vs the USD - is on a downward streak. For the NZDUSD it is working on its 8th consecutive day to the downside. The move lower has taken the price from 0.6575 on June 3 to the low of 0.6218 today so far. Yesterday the price closed at 0.62589. Stay below that level is more bearish

The move to the downside has pushed the price toward the May low which bottomed at 0.6212 on May 13. That is also the low for the year. The low price on May 12 was at 0.62164. Getting below both those levels would open up the door for further downside momentum. The low price just reached 0.6218 – just above those levels and trades at 0.6224 currently.


The Australian dollar plunges to fresh four-week lows after news that the Federal Reserve would hike 75 bps in the June meeting, the largest since 1994, as US inflation hit 8.6%, showing signs of not abating in the near term. After reaching a daily high near 0.6970, the Aussie dollar collapsed and trades at 0.6894 at the time of writing.

AUD/USD Price Analysis: Technical outlook

The AUD/USD is downward biased, reinforced by the break below the June 2 low at 0.7140, extending the pair losses towards the 0.7030s area. Nevertheless, on Monday, the major collapsed in tandem with most G8 currencies vs. the greenback on Federal Reserve news.

Therefore, the AUD/USD might re-test the 0.6900 before resuming the uptrend. Then the AUD/USD first support would be the May 16 low at 0.6872. A breach of the latter would expose the May 13 daily low at 0.6853, followed by the YTD low at 0.6828.

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June-15, 2022, Daily currency trading analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

Daily currency trading analysis, june-15, 2022

The British pound gained some ground on Wednesday and trimmed five days of consecutive losses after reaching a 2-year low at around 1.1935. However, the GBP/USD stages a recovery and is back above the 1.2000 mark, trading at 1.2092, up by 0.81% at the time of writing.

Positive sentiment and lower US Treasury yields, a tailwind for GBP/USD

The pullback in US Treasury yields weighed on the greenback against the pound. The US 10-year Treasury yield is sliding five bps, at 3.418%. Meanwhile, the US Dollar Index, a measure of the buck’s value against some peers, records minimal losses of 0.06%, down at 105.411.


The EUR/USD is falling on Wednesday, trading at daily lows near 1.0380 ahead of the Fed’s decision. The US dollar is posting mixed results while the euro is falling across the board weakened after the European Central Bank emergency meeting.

The EUR/USD awaits the outcome of the two-day Fed meeting trading at daily lows and looking at the May bottom of 1.0345/50. The mentioned area is a key support that if broken could open the doors to 1.0300 and below. Also, the area could trigger a rebound. Resistance levels might be located at 1.0420 and then 1.0490/1.0500.


As the market awaits the FOMC decision at 2 PM ET, the USDCHF is trading near its highs for the day and for the week just reached 1.00297. The high price yesterday extended to 1.0036.

Looking at the hourly chart, the price action initially moved to the downside in the Asian session, and in doing so entered within a wide swatch of swing highs and lows that was developed between May 9, and May 18. That area comes between 0.9961 and 0.99937. The price low extended to the low of that swing area at 0.9961, where support buyers did show up and push the price back to the upside.


AUDUSD currency pair recently reversed up from the key support level 0.6850 (which stopped the earlier sharp downward impulse wave 1 in the middle of May).

The upward reversal from the support level 0.6850 is likely to create the daily Japanese candlesticks reversal pattern Bullish Engulfing – a strong buy signal for this currency pair.

Given the oversold daily Stochastic, AUDUSD can be expected to rise further toward the next round resistance level 0.7000.


Gold found some bids this morning after the week’s significant drop towards $1800/oz. The U.S. dollar being one such influence is trading marginally lower thus boosting gold prices ahead of the Fed’s interest rate decision later this evening (see calendar below). Retail sales will serve as a precursor to the Fed rate decision and we could see anything higher than 0.2% could add to the already hawkish narrative, leading to a stronger dollar and weaker gold.

Russian rouble

The Russian rouble was down slightly in Wednesday trading, while stocks gained ground, shielded from the widespread global sell-off of recent days by Moscow’s capital controls.

At 1330 GMT, the rouble shed 0.5% against the dollar at 56.89 and was down 0.3% to trade at 59.35 against the euro.

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June-16, 2022, Daily latest currency trading analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

currency pairs analysis, june-16, 2022

EUR/USD advances above the 1.0400-1.0500 range, and it is trading with gains of 0.68% during the New York session, at around 1.0509 at the time of writing.

EUR/USD Price Forecast: Technical outlook

The EUR/USD daily chart depicts the pair as downward biased unless it recovers the 1.0800 mark. Furthermore, the Relative Strenght Index at 43 remains in negative territory, despite Tuesday’s jump, which propelled the consolidation in the EUR/USD.

The EUR/USD 1-hour chart depicts the pair trading above a double bottom neckline in the near term. However, the last candle shows price exhaustion, and with the Relative Strength Index (RSI) at 67.66 accelerating toward overbought conditions, a pullback towards the neckline around 1.0470 is on the cards. That said, the EUR/USD will find some resistance levels at the R1 daily pivot at 1.0512, followed by the double bottom target at 1.0550.


The Canadian Dollar slipped more than 1.2% against the US Dollar this week with USD/CAD surging back into a critical resistance pivot on the heels of a 75 basis point hike from the FOMC. While the broader outlook remains constructive, the immediate advance may be vulnerable while below this threshold and we’re on the lookout for possible price inflection here this week. These are the updated targets and invalidation levels that matter on the USD/CAD weekly technical price chart.

Initial weekly support now rests with the June 6th weekly reversal close at 1.2784 and the 61.8% retracement at the 1.27-handle- we’ll reserve this threshold as our medium-term bullish invalidation level. A topside breach / close above 1.3023 is needed to validate resumption of the broader uptrend with such a scenario exposing subsequent resistance objectives at the 75% parallel (currently ~1.3120) and the 100% extension of the 2021 advance at 1.3230- look for a larger reaction there IF reached.

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Russian rouble​

The Russian rouble and stocks gained on Thursday, as the head of the central bank said the currency would remain free-floating and that capital controls should continue to be relaxed.

At 1435 GMT, the rouble was 0.7% stronger against the dollar at 56.61 and had gained 1.4% to trade at 58.96 versus the euro.

Russian stocks also pushed higher in trading in Moscow.

The dollar-denominated RTS index was up 2.3% to 1,309.7 points. The rouble-based MOEX Russian index was 1.6% higher at 2,355.2 points.


The USDJPY broke below its 200 hour moving average today and buyers turned to sellers. Recall from yesterday, the 200 hour moving average did stall the fall, and not led to a bounce back higher in the Asian session.

The price bounce in the Asian session did extend back above its 100 hour moving average (blue line in the chart above at 134.402 currently), but could not maintain momentum.

The SNB surprise rate decision, sent the pair through the 200 hour moving average and down to a low at 132.304. That tested the intraday swing low from June 7 at 132.306. So far the level is holding, but on a break, the 38.2% retracement at 132.05 would next be targeted, followed by a swing area at 131.24 – 131.345.


The GBP/USD pair witnessed a short-covering bounce on Thursday and rallied nearly 150 pips from the 1.2040 area, or the daily low touched in the aftermath of the Bank of England policy decision. The momentum pushed spot prices to a three-day high, around the 1.2280-1.2285 region during the early North American session.

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June-17, 2022, Daily currency pairs analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

Dollar forecast, june-17, 2022

The dollar is back on the offensive across the board (except for versus Swiss franc) on Friday after two days of solid losses. The USD index climbed back above 104.00 but still lacks recovery momentum, struggling around 104.60 as risk sentiment has improved somehow at the end of a very tough week. European stocks switched into recovery mode, and so did US equities. Still, Wall Street indexes are on pace for a bearish week ahead of a long weekend in the United States.

ECB policymaker Knot said that the central bank could opt for several 50 basis points rate hikes in case the inflation situation in the Eurozone worsens. However, those remarks seem to have no impact on the common currency. EUR/USD is now back below the 1.0500 figure, shedding nearly 0.6% on the day.


EUR/USD extended its slide after dropping below 1.0500 and touched a fresh daily low below 1.0450. As the dollar continues to gather strength, the pair looks to close the second straight week in negative territory.

DXY rises to 105.00

Following a two-day drop, the US Dollar Index (DXY), which tracks the dollar’s performance against a basket of six major rivals, reversed its direction and erased its weekly losses. At the time of press, the DXY was up more than 1% on the day at 105.00.


Next week’s economic calendar is rife with high impact events from both the UK and U.S. (see economic calendar below) with UK inflation being the main focus for the pound. Both core and headline inflation figures have yet to take a step back since September last year with expectations looking at another increase. This should increase hawkish pressure on the Bank of England (BoE) to increase interest rates by 50bps in August – which they have put forward as an option in during their last rate announcement.

Technical analysis

Daily GBP/USD price action shows the recovery post-FOMC and BoE but has since given back some gains on Friday. Bulls are finding resistance at the 20-day EMA level (purple) and as we head into Wednesdays CPI read I don’t see much in the way of significant price moves for cable. I expect prices to hover between the 1.2200 and 1.2400 levels respectively with my medium/long-term outlook in favor of the U.S. dollar. While there is still room for upside in the short-term, a key point of inflection would be around trendline resistance (black) and whether or not we see a candle close above (breakout) which could then prompt a mindset change to a potential trend reversal.


The USD/CAD soars above the 1.3000 mark for the first time since May 12 and records a fresh YTD high at around 1.3078 after Wednesday’s US Federal Reserve 75 bps rate hike, which did not catch traders off guard due to an article on the WSJ on Monday that foresaw an increase of that size. The USD/CAD initially reacted downwards to 1.2880 but was seen as an opportunity for USD/CAD buyers, which lifted the pair higher. At the time of writing, the USD/CAD is trading at 1.3045, up by 0.81%.

USD/CAD Price Forecast: Technical outlook

With the USD/CAD trading at fresh YTD highs, switching to the weekly chart is needed to determine what’s next for the major. It’s worth noting that the USD/CAD is trading above the 200-week simple moving average (SMA), a strong bullish signal that could lift the pair towards October’s 2020 highs at around 1.3390. Nevertheless, the USD/CAD is retreating below the May 12 high at 1.3076.

A daily close below 1.3078 would open the door for further losses. That said, the USD/CAD first support would be the 1.3000 mark. Once cleared, the following support would be the June 16 1.2860 cycle low, followed by 1.2800.


The AUDUSD rallied higher yesterday along with the other dollar selling trends in the major currency pairs. However, once the pair reached the 200 hour moving average and 50% retracement near 0.7066, sellers leaned and the price started wandering back to the downside.

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June-21, 2022, daily currency pairs analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

Daily currency pairs analysis, june-21, 2022

US Dollar Index Price Analysis: Next on the downside comes 103.41

DXY adds to the negative start of the week and briefly visits the area below the 104.00 support on Tuesday.

Considering the ongoing price action, further correction should not be ruled out in the short-term time frame. That said, another visit to the post-FOMC low at 103.41 (June 16) is expected to remain on the cards in the near term ahead of the interim 55-day SMA at 102.53.

As long as the 4-month line around 101.85 holds the downside, the near-term outlook for the index should remain constructive.

Looking at the longer run, the outlook for the dollar is seen bullish while above the 200-day SMA at 97.67.


EUR/USD extends the buying bias for the second session in a row and climbs to the 1.0580/85 band on Tuesday.

If bulls push harder, then the pair could attempt a move to the minor hurdle at the June 16 high at 1.0601. Beyond this level comes the 55-day SMA at 1.0642 prior to the 4-month line around 1.0700. Spot needs to clear the latter to mitigate the selling pressure and allow for the continuation of the recovery in the short-term horizon.

In the longer run, the pair’s bearish view is expected to prevail as long as it trades below the 200-day SMA at 1.1155.


The Japanese yen plunged on Tuesday to the lowest levels versus the U.S. dollar since October 1998, as the Bank of Japan’s ultra-loose monetary policy stance continued to weigh.

The yen dropped 0.9% to a new 24-year low of 136.330 per dollar, extending losses which have already seen it shed more than 18% of its value versus the greenback this year.

The yen’s decline was also accelerated by some stop losses broken around the 135.60 levels, according to analysts, who noted New York traders had been absent on Monday, a U.S. public holiday.

Technical Outlook:

USD/JPY clawed back some losses at the end of last week – a week which saw a surprise 50 bps hike from the Swiss National Bank (SNB), an aggressive 75 bps hike from the fed with more to come depending on data, and confusion out of the ECB regarding its anti-fragmentation tool for the bond market.

However, a solid rejection ahead of the 131.35 level set the scene for another advance in USD/JPY, rising above prior levels with ease. Today, the pair has traded above last week’s high of 135.60, fast approaching 136 flat. Nearest resistance now lies at the October 1998 level of 136.89 followed by 139.26 (May 1998). Support appears at 135 flat, 133.20 and 131.35.


The USDCAD is modestly lower today after peaking near the May 2022 high on Friday (highest level since November 2020). The price action today has seen a continuation of the move lower. The pair has moved below the swing high from last Wednesday and the down to a swing area between 1.29700 and 1.29798. Below that sits, the rising 100 hour MA at 1.29606.

The low today has reached 1.2978. The current price is at 1.2990.


The Australian dollar (AUD/USD) gained ground as well, up by 0.2%, boosted by Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe’s remarks that additional tightening is needed because rates are still low and inflation is expected to reach 7% by year’s end. The New Zealand dollar (NZD/USD) mirrored the Aussie’s performance (+0.2% today).

The AUD/USD daily chart formed a double bottom around 0.685 last week, a level reached by the pair in mid-May before rebounding to 0.727.

AUD/USD is now trading at 0.699, up by 1.3% over the past week.


On the other hand, The British Pound is moving gently higher in early trade despite a raft of negatives hanging over GBP. Wednesday’s inflation release is expected to show headline inflation y/y (May) touch 9.1%, a fresh four-decade high, with some market commentators seeing an even higher print.

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June-22, 2022, Daily latest currency trading analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

currency trading analysis, jnue-22, 2022

The dollar eased against the euro and yen on Wednesday as concerns mounted that interest rate hikes by major central banks to contain inflation run the risk of inducing a sharp global slowdown or recession.

British consumer price inflation hit a new 40-year high at 9.1% in May, while annual Canadian inflation surged to 7.7% last month to the highest rate since January 1983, in the latest data to show consumer prices running hotter than expected.

Sterling initially lost almost 1% as it fell to a near one-week low of $1.2162, but it later pared losses. The Canadian dollar slid against the U.S. currency, but it remained below the 1.30 level it breeched last Friday and on Monday.

The dollar index fell 0.201%, with the euro up 0.32% to $1.0559. The Japanese yen strengthened 0.53% to 135.89 per dollar, while sterling was last 0.06% lower at $1.2265.


The shared currency extends its gains in the week, advances for the third straight day, up by 0.45%, amidst a mixed market mood surrounding the financial markets. At the time of writing, the EUR/USD is trading at 1.0576.

EUR/USD Price Forecast: Technical outlook

In the last seven days, the EUR/USD has advanced steadily in six, though the negative day was absorbed by June’s 20 and 21 price action. EUR/USD traders should note that the Relative Strength Index (RSI) at 49.45 is aiming higher after breaking above the RSI’s 7-day SMA, suggesting some buying pressure is mounting on the pair.

Therefore, the EUR/USD is upward biased in the near term. That said, the EUR/USD first resistance would be the 1.0600 figure. A breach of the latter would expose the June 10 daily high at 1.0642, closely followed by the 1.0700 mark.


It was an even more painful quarter for GBP as the Euro has out-performed the British Pound in Q2, which can be witnessed by the breakout in EUR/GBP.

But, to be sure, the Bank of England will be dealing with a similar issue as the ECB with inflation expected to continue climbing there. In the U.K., the BoE has been up-front about their expectations which include the possibility of recession as inflation climbs above 10% later this summer. The difference, however, is that the BoE has already started the process of hiking rates.

Technical outlook

In GBP/USD, the pair crossed a big level last week at 1.2000. A strong pullback developed shortly after, and there may be a bit more room for that theme to work, with possible resistance in the 1.2452-1.2500 area on the chart. If that doesn’t hold, there’s another spot of prior support/resistance overhead, plotted around the 1.2650 area on the chart.


The AUDUSD has seen a bounce higher after a run lower in the Asian and early European session. The move lower did extend below a large-ish swing area between 0.68916 and 0.69168. However, the low could not reach a lower swing target near 0.6870.

The move back to the upside, helped by Powell comments, has pushed the pair to another swing area between 0.6949 and 0.6962. Just above that level is falling 100/200 hour MA at 0.6965.


Analysts at MUFG Bank, hold a bullish bias for the USD/JPY pair, reflecting the fact that the US rates market is unlikely to correct dramatically lower over the very short term. They see the pair trading between 130.00 and 138.50 during the weeks ahead.

Moreover, The main downside risk for USD/JPY in the month ahead would be if the scale of JPY weakness finally triggers a joint policy response from the government and BoJ. But the scale of JGB buying by the BoJ last week suggests action to limit yen weakness is unlikely over the short-term. A sharper correction in US rates lower is another key downside risk and while we expect that to materialize later, it is premature to expect that over the short-term with the primary focus of the Fed still on tackling upside inflation risks.

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June-23, 2022, Daily latest currency trading analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

currency trading analysis, june-23, 2022

The GBP/USD pair is trading in the red at 1.2232 at the time of writing. In the short term, the pair moves sideways, so we’ll have to wait for the pair to escape from this range before going long or short. The price seems undecided as the Dollar Index moved sideways in the short term.

The pair continues to stay in a neutral zone as the US data came in worse than expected earlier. The Flash Services PMI came in at 51.6 points versus 53.4 points in the previous reporting period, even if the specialists expected a potential growth up to 53.9 points.

Furthermore, the Flash Manufacturing PMI was reported at 52.4 points below 56.0 estimated, while the Unemployment Claims dropped from 231K to 229K failing to reach the 227K forecasts. On the other hand, the UK inflation data came in mixed. The Flash Services PMI came in better than expected signaling further expansion, while the Flash Manufacturing PMI reported worse than expected data.


The Japanese yen is in positive territory today, extending its gains from yesterday. USD/JPY is trading at 135.46 in the European session, down 0.56% on the day.

Yen Rises As U.S. Yields Dip

The yen has gained a bit of strength as USD/JPY is back below 136.00, after rising close to 136.71 earlier in the week, its highest level since September 1998. The yen received a reprieve from its recent slide due to a drop yesterday in U.S. Treasury yields, rather than any newfound strength related to the yen. This is another indication that USD/JPY movement is at the mercy of the U.S./Japan rate differential, with the Bank of Japan holding firm on its yield cap for JGBs.

USD/JPY Technical

There is resistance at 1.3657 and 1.3814
USD/JPY has support at 1.3404 and 1.3247


The EUR/USD slides for the first day in the week, down by 0.30%, courtesy of a mixed market mood and dismal S&P Global PMIs figures on the Euro area reported in the European session, which tumbled the EUR/USD from daily highs around 1.0580s to daily lows near 1.0482. At 1.0509, the EUR/USD prints losses and is ready to continue its path towards the 1.0500 figure.

Elsewhere, the US Dollar Index, a gauge of the buck’s value against its peers, pops up 0.25% sitting at 104.445, while US Treasury yields, fall, reflecting investors are reassessing not as aggressive as expected Fed tightening, as the US S&P Global PMIs crossed wires.


Analysts at CIBC see the USD/CAD pair trading around 1.29 during the third quarter and rising toward 1.31 by year-end. They consider markets are overpricing tightening this year from the Bank of Canada and the Federal Reserve.

“A likely 75 bp hike by the Bank of Canada in July, and the potential for another move of that magnitude in September if we don’t see enough of an inflation deceleration by then, should be aggressive enough to allow USDCAD to remain around current levels over the next three months.”

“Contrary to market expectations, the BoC is unlikely to send Canada’s overnight rate beyond the Fed’s destination of 3.25%. Canada’s debtburdened households and mortgage renewals will see rate hikes weigh more on discretionary consumer spending in Canada. That points to a slightly lower terminal rate for the BoC overnight rate, although we’re leaning towards a 3% peak rather than our prior 2.75% after the May inflation data.”


On the other hand, The NZD/USD pair has been suppressed for a while now but approaches a rather key level of support (0.6200) once again. This presents an interesting dilemma of a possible bounce of breakdown. Chartists will tell you that the more frequently a level is tested and respected, the more likely it is to eventually give way. Thus far, the pair has approached 0.6200 and the 61.8% Fib of the March 2020 major move without continued downside momentum.

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June-27, 2022, Daily currency trading analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

Daily currency trading analysis, june-27, 2022

The British pound remains to trade in a narrow range vs. the greenback, though it stays trading with minimal gains after probing the 1.2300 mark reaching daily highs at 1.2313, followed by a dip towards daily lows near 1.2238. At 1.2277, the GBP/USD is up 0.05% in the North American session.

GBP/USD Price Forecast: Technical outlook

Consolidation is what the GBP/USD daily chart shows, within the 1.2150-1.2300 area, though it is skewed to the downside. Confirmation of the previously mentioned is the exponential moving averages (EMAs), above the exchange rate, while the Relative Strength Index (RSI) at 44.97, remains in bearish territory.

If GBP/USD buyers need to regain control, they must reclaim 1.2500. Nevertheless, on its way north, they would face resistance at the 1.2300 mark. Once cleared, the 50-EMA at 1.2353 would be the next ñeveñ to challenge, followed by June’s 16 high at 1.2405, and then the 100-EMAR at 1.2463.


On the other hand, The EUR/USD rose further during the American session and climbed to 1.0614, reaching the highest level in two weeks. The euro pulled back under 1.0600. It is holding onto daily gains, still unable to consolidate above 1.0600.

The improvement in risk sentiment weakened the greenback. The DXY is falling 0.25% on Monday, trading at 103.85. US bond yields are modestly higher but European yields rose even further. The German 10-year yield jumped 7% to 1.54%. The divergence helped EUR/USD move higher.

Bullish short-term outlook

The EUR/USD is trading above 1.0580, but is showing difficulties running above 1.0600. The euro is back above the 20-day Simple Moving Average (1.0588). A daily close above 1.0600 should strengthen the recovery. The 55-day SMA awaits at 1.0620.

A decline under 1.0580 would alleviate the bullish pressure. The next support might be located at 1.0530 followed by 1.0490.

US Dollar​

U.S. Durable Goods Orders (May) –ACT: 0.7%, EST: 0%; CORE – ACT: 0.7%, EST: 0.3%

Durable goods orders are used as a barometer for the U.S. economy by measuring industrial activity. This economic indicator represents new order data from U.S. manufacturers for higher value goods that are said to last over three years. Increasing durable goods numbers are often thought of as positives for the U.S. economy and thus the dollar by way of investors’ confidence.


Post-announcement, the DXY was bid finding sustenance from bulls and overshadowing the recent recessionary talk in the U.S… Price action is currently testing resistance at the 50-day EMA (purple) while the days long lower wick may point to impending upside near-term.

Resistance levels:

Support levels:
20-day EMA (purple)
50-day EMA (blue)
Trendline support (black)


The AUD/USD seesaws from daily highs around 0.6958 printed during the Asian session and dipped towards daily lows near 0.6910, in a narrow trading range that witnessed the Aussie dollar losing some ground vs. the greenback. At 0.6944, the AUD/USD trades above the middle of the aforementioned 0.6910-0.6960 region during the North American session.

AUD/USD Price Forecast: Technical outlook

In the daily chart, the Aussie dollar is still headed to the downside as the week begins. If AUD/USD buyers would like to regain control, they need to reclaim 0.7000 to ease the ongoing selling pressure on the pair. If that is achieved, AUD buyers’ next target would be the 20-EMA at 0.7047, immediately followed by the 50-EMA at 0.7078.

On the flip side, and the AUD/USD path of least resistance, the first support would be 0.6900. A breach below would expose June 23 low at 0.6869, followed by the June 14 swing low at 0.6850.


USD/CAD fell 21 pips to 1.2875 as the rebound in oil prices continued. The US dollar was mixed as high yields and good economic data competed with end-of-month flows into some beaten-down currencies.

The main feature on the USD/CAD chat is the double top at 1.3077/79. The declines in the past two days emphasize that as a key point of resistance and a potential top.


Elsewhere, Japan has seen inflation move higher, although nowhere near the levels in the US or the UK, which are not far from double-digits. Last week, core CPI for May came in at 2.1% YoY, unchanged from April. This was the second straight month that core CPI remained above the BoJ’s target of 2%. This is a dramatic shift, given that Japan struggled with deflation for decades. The driver behind rising inflation is higher food and energy prices, as well as the plummeting yen. Notably, wages have not risen.

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June-28, 2022, Daily latest currency pairs analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

Daily latest currency market forecast, june-28, 2022

The US Dollar has spent much of the past two weeks pulling back, with the FOMC rate decision in the middle of June as the defining line. While the Fed didn’t necessarily say anything dovish there, the USD hasn’t yet been unable to take out or even test the high that was set just as the FOMC statement was released.

That pullback had taken on a somewhat orderly fashion, with a series of lower-highs to go along with horizontal support at 103.82. That price was the high in 2017 and it held as the five-year-high until it began to be tested in April, eventually giving way to bullish pressure in the month of May.


On the other hand, A key push-point for this theme in the USD has been EUR/USD. Going along with that descending triangle in the US Dollar, EUR/USD had built the mirror image formation with an ascending triangle. Resistance was from the same 1.0593-1.0638 zone that’s been in-play as resistance in May and then support in early-June. That zone has seen three separate resistance tests since mid-June with bulls making slightly higher-highs each time.

If sellers can pose a breach, follow-through support exists around 1.0450 and then 1.0357. If bulls can hold the low while forcing a late-quarter turn-around, next resistance beyond 1.0593 is the 1.0638 level, followed by a spot at 1.0695 and after that, the bigger zone of resistance running from 1.0767-1.0787.


The USD/JPY pair built on its steady intraday ascent through the early North American session and shot to a fresh three-day high, around the 136.30 region in the last hour.

The intraday bullish momentum, also marking the third successive day of a positive move, could further be attributed to some technical buying above the 136.00 round-figure mark. This, in turn, might have already set the stage for an extension of the upward trajectory, back towards retesting a 24-year high, around the 136.70 region touched last week.

Moving ahead, the market focus now shifts to Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s appearance on Wednesday. Market participants will look for clues about the US central bank’s policy tightening path. This will play a key role in influencing the near-term USD price dynamics and help investors to determine the next leg of a directional move for the USD/JPY pair.

Russian Ruble​

The rouble rallied past 52 against the dollar to a more than a seven-year high on Tuesday as capital controls and month-end taxes offset the negative impact of Western statements that Russia has defaulted on its international bonds.

The rouble hit 50.6125 against the dollar in Moscow trade for the first time since late May 2015, and jumped to 54.40 against the euro, a level last seen in April 2015.

As of 1523 GMT, the rouble gained nearly 3% to 51.88 against the greenback and was at 54.71 against the euro, gaining more than 2.5% on the day.

Market players “see the current levels as attractive for purchasing hard currency, especially in light of the recent comments from Russian officials indicating that the rouble has become too strong,” Sberbank CIB said in a note.

On the stock market, the dollar-denominated RTS index rose 2.5% to 1,464.1 points. The rouble-based MOEX Russian index was 0.3% lower at 2,409.1 points.


The pound may not receive a lasting support from the Bank of England, even if it accelerates rate hikes, as investors override concerns about UK investment and growth, explain analysts at Rabobank.

The BoE was quicker out of the blocks on policy tightening than many other G10 central banks this cycle. However, the five interest rate hikes announced by the BoE already have not prevented the pound from being one of the poorest performing G10 currencies in the year to date. A step up in the pace of BoE rate hikes, may not provide the pound with much lasting support given investors overriding concerns about UK investment and growth. We see scope for EUR/GBP to end the year around 0.88.


Elsewhere, USD/CAD fell 21 pips to 1.2875 as the rebound in oil prices continued. The US dollar was mixed as high yields and good economic data competed with end-of-month flows into some beaten-down currencies.

The main feature on the USD/CAD chat is the double top at 1.3077/79. The declines in the past two days emphasize that as a key point of resistance and a potential top.

The next hurdle to cross will be the June 16 low of 1.2861, which is about a dozen pips away but has held on a handful of pushes lower today. If that gives out, the 55-day moving average clocks in at 1.2783.

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June-29, 2022, Daily latest currency trading analysis and market forecast, by forex forum.​

forex trading analysis, june-29, 2022

The GBP/USD pair added to the previous day’s heavy losses and remained under intense selling pressure for the second successive day on Wednesday. The downward trajectory picked up pace during the early North American session and dragged spot prices to the 1.2100 neighborhood, or a nearly two-week low.

The US dollar attracted some buying in reaction to hawkish remarks by Fed Chair Jerome Powell and shot to its highest level since June 17. This, in turn, exerted downward pressure on the GBP/USD pair.

Apart from this, sliding US Treasury bond yields, along with a generally positive tone around the US equity markets, might cap gains for the safe-haven USD and limit deeper losses for the GBP/USD pair. That said, sustained weakness below the 1.2100 round-figure mark would be seen as a fresh trigger for bearish traders and set the stage for a further depreciating move.


The euro gave back earlier gains on Wednesday after European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said the era of ultra low inflation that preceded the pandemic is unlikely to return.

The euro was last down 0.41% to $1.0475. It had dropped to as low as $1.0486 earlier in the day after data showed June prices in the German state of North Rhine–Westphalia (NRW) had been 0.1% lower than in May, but had recovered after a high readout of Spanish inflation data.

Moreover, The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six counterparts, ticked up 0.412% to 104.880 with investors seeking safety in U.S. assets as stocks declined globally due to the mounting risk of a recession. The dollar index stayed, however, below the two-decade high of 105.79 struck two weeks ago.

US Dollar​

The U.S. dollar, as measured by the DXY index, rose as much as 0.45% to 104.95 on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve chairman offered hawkish remarks at the ECB summit held in Sintra, Portugal. During a panel that also included Christine Lagarde and Andrew Bailey, Jerome Powell reiterated in no uncertain terms that the Fed is committed to using its tools to bring inflation down to 2% and that it will not allow the economy to move to a highly inflationary environment.

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After encountering support in the 103.80 area earlier this week, the U.S. dollar (DXY) has gathered strength to rebound over the past two sessions, advancing towards key resistance at the 2022 highs near 105.75. If bulls manage to push the index above this barrier in the coming sessions, bullish momentum could accelerate, setting the stage for a rally towards 106.60.

On the other hand, if sellers regain control of the market and prices reverse lower, initial support rests at 103.80/103.60. If we see a drop below this technical floor, the focus shifts to trendline support near 102.50.


USDJPY managed to gain fresh buying traction around the resistance-turned-support area of 134.42 last week, with the price currently looking to extend its broad uptrend above the 20-year high of 136.70.

Although the clear positive slope in the simple moving averages (SMAs) is still backing the bullish direction in the market, the momentum indicators warrant some caution over the strength in the market.

Should the bulls snap the top of 136.70, the next obstacle could be the 261.8% Fibonacci extension of the 131.34 – 126.35 downleg at 139.15, while the broken support line could immediately cap the rally near 140.70, preventing a spike towards the tentative resistance line seen around 143.53.


On the other hand, The euro is struggling on all fronts today but technically, EUR/CHF is the most interesting.

The pair is down 90 pips today to 0.9974. That’s just above the March low of 0.9970. Beyond that we have to go back to the depths of the rug-pull from the Swiss National Bank in 2015.

Given the SNB’s propensity to intervene, this isn’t a real market so I wouldn’t put too much weight on the technicals.


Elsewhere, Gold prices dropped sharply during the American session, erasing daily gains. XAU/USD peaked at $1833, the highest level in two days and then turned lower, falling to $1814, slightly above the daily low of $1811.

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June-30, 2022, Daily latest currency trading analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

currency trading analysis, june-30, 2022

The USD/JPY slides on Thursday, following a lower-than-expected inflation report, which could deter the US Federal Reserve from tightening at a faster pace amidst odds increasing of recession, keeping investors uneasy. At 135.85, the USD/JPY retreats from daily highs shy of 137.00, back below the 136.00 mark.

Besides that, fears of a recession as global growth stagnated, alongside high inflation, spurred a flight to safe-haven. Particularly in the USD/JPY, the yen remains bid, boosted by the fall in US Treasury yields, weighed by falling US inflation expectations, as illustrated by the five and 10-year break-even inflation rates, easing from YTD highs around 3.59% and 3.02% each, down to 2.59% and 2.36%, respectively.


On the other hand, The US Dollar is trading at a fresh 19-year high. USD/JPY is at a fresh 24-year high. EUR/USD, as yet, hasn’t been able to punch below its own 19-year-low.

It’s come close: That low is at 1.0340 and was set in 2017. In May, EUR/USD was hurdling-lower, but pulled up just short of that level at 1.0349. And then again, in June, the pair was punching-lower and a higher-low developed, this time at 1.0359.

At that point I started to look for a pullback in the move but that was cut short, with sellers coming in at the same resistance that’s held the highs for the past couple of weeks at 1.0593.

Sellers are making another attempt at support and so far, that attempt has fallen short. But, this carries breakdown potential into Q3 and the fundamental side is a major driver that doesn’t look to let up anytime soon.

At this point, resistance potential remains at the 1.0500 psychological level.


EUR/JPY is currently at 141.58 and in a channel. We have convergence to the downside. If we can break this support, we are looking for a continuation towards the ATR target at the 140.77 area and then the S5 at the 140.47 area.

Watch the DXY for any change in direction. The ATR for the pair currently is 187 pips per day, and its 180-day average is 160 pips per day. DXY is currently up at the time of this post.


Economists at TD Securities expect the GBP/USD pair to continue its downfall. Although the Bank of England (BoE) could offer some support the market is too aggresive in its pricing and cable is likely to break under 1.20 in the near-term.

GBP vulnerable on the crosses
“The near-term GBP trajectory is biased to the downside, even though it maintains a pretty hefty discount.”

“The BoE plus fiscal support may help to put a floor in cable but not before a near-term break below 1.20. Still, BoE pricing seems too aggressive relative to our forecast, leaving GBP vulnerable on the crosses.”

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July-01, 2022, Daily latest forex trading analysis and currency exchange forecast, by forex forum.​

forex trading analysis, july-01, 2022

The Dollar performed exceptionally well through the first half of 2022 – and more broadly over the preceding year. The fundamental stars aligned between a leading Fed tightening regime, perceptions of a greater cushion for the US economy amid forecasts of a global slowdown and the reliability of the currency’s renowned safe haven status. All of these elements are still in play heading into the second half of the year, but the relative potential has deflated.

The underwhelming follows through for the Greenback despite the Fed’s 75 basis point hike in June or during the S&P 500’s steep selloff in the first half of the same month likely indicates the limitations in support of the Dollar for the different dimensions. Can the benchmark currency extend its incredible rally into territory not charted in two decades or is it finding a peak?


The USD/CHF accelerates and reclaims the 0.9600 figure after harmful US economic data, showing that the economy, although expanding, is doing it at a slower pace than estimated amidst a US Federal Reserve tightening cycle. At the time of writing, the USD/CHF is trading at 0.9624.

US equities are falling, preparing to finish the week with substantial losses. Meanwhile, US Treasury yields have recovered some ground, while the greenback remains in the driver’s seat, as shown by the US Dollar index, up 0.58%, at 105.340.


EUR/USD bulls got a strong reversal bar following the June 13 bear close test and the June 15 low.
Yesterday was also the third reversal up from the 2017 low since May, which increases the probability of the market getting a rally here.
Bulls see yesterday as a signal bar for a higher low double bottom major trend reversal with June 15.
Bulls hope that the market will break above the neckline (June 27 high) and get a measured move up to 1.0871, which is about the June high.

Bears want the opposite and a breakout below the 2017 low. While it is possible, even if the market does fall below the 2017 low, there will probably be buyers, and the market will create a failed breakout of a double bottom.

Today is Friday, so the weekly chart is important.
Bulls want the market to close above last week’s low of 1.0469. Next, bulls would wish to close above the midpoint of the current week (1.0502).
Bears want the opposite of the bulls and for this week to close below last week’s low and create as small a tail below this week’s bar as possible.


According to analysts from Rabobank, if the Bank of England (BoE) do not keep step with the hawkish guidance of the Federal Reserve (Fed) there is a risk that the pound could weaken further. They see the risk of dips in the GBP/USD pair to 1.18 on a three-month view.

“If expectations regarding BoE policy moves do not keep step with the hawkish guidance of the Federal Reserve, it can be argued there is a risk that GBP could weaken further. Yet, GBP is also proving sensitive to fears regarding growth. We see risk of dips to GBP/USD 1.18 on a 3 month view. We expect EUR/GBP to end the year at 0.88.

“The BoE was out of the traps much earlier than either the Fed or the ECB in terms of policy tightening. However, this has failed to give the pound much of a lift, with GBP one of the poorer performing G10 currencies in the year to date. In our view, the inability of GBP to benefit substantially from the BoE’s early rate hiking cycle is due to the market’s focus on the poor growth outlook for the UK.”


Concerning EUR/JPY’s daily highs and lows, it’s 1.062% down from its trailing 24 hours low of $142.15 and 1.174% down from its trailing 24 hours high of $142.31.

EUR/JPY’s yearly highs and lows, it’s 13.046% up from its 52-week low and 2.482% down from its 52-week high.


EUR/JPY’s last week, last month’s, and last quarter’s current intraday variation average was 0.08%, 0.16%, and 0.57%, respectively.

EUR/JPY’s highest amplitude of average volatility was 0.34% (last week), 0.70% (last month), and 0.57% (last quarter), respectively.

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July-04, 2022, Daily latest currency trading analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

Daily currency trading analysis, july-04, 2022

With the little in the way of market moving events over the weekend, global market including the euro has been left at the mercy of market sentiment. The situation in Ukraine and decisions by Russia could weigh negatively on the Eurozone should energy flows into the region be cut. The economic calendar is similarly light this week (see below) giving precedence to recessionary fears leading up to Wednesday’s commencement of high impact events.

This being said, the mornings news helped bolster euro bets after hawkish comments from Deutsche Bank’s CEO around hiking rates quicker than expected while talks around the anti-fragmentation tool is primed to be the talk of the town over the next few weeks. Should the ECB manage to clarify or agree on a path forward regarding ‘anti-fragmentation’, this could be extremely bullish for the euro.

Technical outlook of EUR/USD

Price action on the daily EUR/USD chart shows bulls once again defending the key area of support around the 1.0340 (January 2017 swing low). This key inflection point could mark the start of a extended move lower with the formation of the recent descending triangle pattern which will require a confirmation break below support. A rejection would thus occur if we see a breakout above triangle resistance coinciding with the 1.0601 swing high.


On the other hand, GBP/USD held above 1.2100 around 1.2114 on Monday with the US dollar struggling to find demand amid a risk-positive market environment. The US dollar index remained in negative territory below 105.00 and the UK’s FTSE 100 stock index was up more than 1%.

The US dollar index was pressured below 105.00 after the appearance of poor PMI data from the ISM. Poor numbers released by the US Institute of Supply Management (ISM) have raised the possibility of an economic recession in the United States. The US ISM conveys the vulnerability of the US economy in all aspects: Manufacturing PMI, New Orders Index and Employment Index.

Support & Resistance

The nearest “support” awaits at 1.2100 which if successfully passed will continue to 1.2050 and then 1.2000. The nearest “resistance” awaits at 1.2170 which if successfully passed will continue to 1.2200 and then 1.2250.


The USD/CAD bounces off the 50-day EMA at 1.2830 and approaches the 1.2870 mark on Monday’s trading session, characterized by thin liquidity conditions as North American traders are on a long holiday in the observance of the US Independence day. At 1.2867, the USD/CAD is down 0.11% at the time of writing.

USD/CAD Price Forecast: Technical outlook

The USD/CAD is upward biased in the medium term, but last Friday’s price action formed a huge inverted hammer in an uptrend, and the Relative Strength Index (RSI) accelerating downwards to the midline opened the door for further losses.

Therefore, the USD/CAD first support would be the 50-day EMA at 1.2830. Break below would expose 1.2800, and the 100-day EMA at 1.2737.


The USD/CHF pair attracted some dip-buying near the 0.9560 region on Monday and refreshed the daily high during the mid-European session, albeit lacked any follow-through strength. The pair was last seen hovering around the 0.9600 mark, well below a one-week high touched on Friday.

Signs of stability in the financial markets undermined demand for safe-haven assets, including the Swiss franc, which turned out to be a key factor that extended some support to the USD/CHF pair. That said, the emergence of some selling around the US dollar failed to impress bullish traders or provide any meaningful impetus to the major.

On the other hand, the CHF continued drawing support from the Swiss National Bank’s shocker on June 16, when it unexpectedly raised interest rates by 50 bps to curb soaring inflation. This warrants caution before positioning for any meaningful upside for the USD/CHF pair amid relatively lighter trading volumes on the back of a holiday in the US.


Gold (XAU/USD) closed in negative territory in the first four days of last week and hit its lowest level since the end of January on Friday. It reached the 1,784.40 level, before making a strong technical bounce to recover above the 1,800 later on.

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July-05, 2022, Daily latest currency trading analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

currency trading analysis, july-05, 2022

The USD/CHF advances sharply for the third straight day, snapping two days of consecutive losses that dragged the major to print a fresh two-month low of around 0.9495, gaining almost 1% on Tuesday. At the time of writing, the USD/CHF is trading at 0.9687.

On Tuesday, the USD/CHF opened near Monday highs. Nevertheless, it dipped as the London session opened, towards the daily pivot point around 0.9590, to never look back, overcoming on its way up some resistance levels, like the R1 pivot point at 0.9630, the July 1 high at 0.9641, before settling around just shy of the 0.9700 figure.

USD/CHF Daily chart

The USD/CHF daily chart illustrates the pair as upward biased; however, the double top remains in play. If the greenback extends its gains throughout the week and if USD/CHF buyers step in, a break above the 50-day moving average (DMA) at 0.9733 is on the cards and could accelerate a rally towards the 0.9900 mark. However, on its way north, USD/CHF buyers will need to reclaim April 2020 high at around 0.9802.


GBP/USD outside-weekly reversal now testing key support- risk for price inflection
Weekly resistance, 1.2166, 1.2261, 1.2481– Support 1.1950-1.2021 (Key), 1.1650, 1.16

The British Pound plunged more than 1% against the US Dollar into the start of the week with GBP/USD on the defensive on the heels of an outside-weekly reversal last week. The decline takes Cable into a critical support pivot we’ve been tracking for months and the focus is on possible inflection in the days ahead. These are the updated targets and invalidation levels that matter on the GBP/USD weekly chart heading into July.

A pivot below threatens significant losses for the Pound with such a scenario exposing the 2020 close low at 1.1650, the 1.16-handle and yearly channel support around 1.1450s- both levels of interest for possible downside exhaustion IF reached. Initial weekly resistance now eyed at the May 2020 low-week reversal close at 1.2166 backed closely by the May low-week close at 1.2261. Ultimately, a rally / close above the 23.6% Fibonacci retracement of the 2021 decline / late-May weekly reversal-close at 1.2480/85 would be needed to invalidate the broader downtrend.

US Dollar​

The US Dollar is starting Q3 the way that it’s traded for most of the first-half of the year, showing strength as both fundamentals and techs continue to favor the USD. The currency now sits at a fresh 19-year-high, coming very close to the Fibonacci level at 106.61. As I had looked at on the final day of Q2, EUR/USD was going to be a big driver behind the US Dollar this quarter as the Euro had continued to push down for support tests at the 1.0340 area, giving appearance of breakdown potential that’s already come to fruition just a couple days into Q3 trade.


I looked into this theme last Tuesday, highlighting a key support test in the USD as last quarter was winding down. That support at 103.82 was a prior high from 2017 and last week, this served as a launching pad for that move of USD strength.

At this point, the challenge on the long side is trying to avoid chasing the move. And given that this high watermark in the USD comes along with a low watermark in EUR/USD, there could be a propensity for traders to try to fade on or both moves.


On the other hand, The EUR/USD broke below the 2017 low during the overnight session.

This is a bear breakout of the past two months. Bears want a successful bear breakout and measured move down from the June 27th high to the June 15th bear flag low (1.0103). Next, the bears want a measured move down off the two-month range, which would project to under 1.0000.

The odds are the current bear breakout below the two-month range will be a final flag, and bulls will buy soon. Bears need the current bar to close near its low, and they will also need follow-through tomorrow. More likely, today will close with a tail below the bar, which would be disappointing for the bears.


The USD/JPY is almost unchanged in a trading session dominated by risk aversion, triggering flows toward safe-haven assets, and in the FX space, the USD, the JPY, and the CHF are the winners. Nevertheless, due to its risk-off nature, the USD/JPY is barely up 0.07%, trading around the 135.70s area.

Recession and high inflation worries are the headlines of the session. That said, European and US equities tumbled while safe-haven flows dominated the session, with the US Dollar Index, which pairs the greenback vs. six currencies, gaining 1.50%, sitting at 106.716. in the meantime, the USD/JPY seesawed in the 135.50-136.40 area during the day, within familiar ranges.

On the downside, the USD/JPY was capped by the strength of the greenback, but on the upside, falling US Treasury yields, mainly the US 10-year Treasury yields, are nose-diving thirteen basis points, sitting at 2.794%, well below the 3.50% YTD high.


USD/CAD is at the highs of the day, up 175 pips to 1.3034.

That puts the pair within striking distance of the closing high for the year, which was at 1.3037 and set on June 17. That day they pair also set the intraday high at 1.3079.

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July-06, 2022, Currency trading daily analysis and forex market latest forecast, by forex forum.​

forex news today, july-06, 2022

The USD/CAD rises for the second consecutive day, extending its weekly gains to almost 1.50%, courtesy of a buoyant greenback and falling crude oil prices. At the time of writing, the USD/CAD is trading at 1.3066, albeit in positive territory, shy of the YTD high around 1.3083.

Sentiment stays negative as USD/CAD traders prepare to digest June’s Federal Reserve Open Market Committee (FOMC) minutes. During the New York Session, US Services and Composite-related PMIs, released by S&P Global and the Institute for Supply Management (ISM), beat expectations but trailed May’s reading, illustrating that the US economy is slowing down.

The US Dollar Index is gaining 0.66%, up at 107.194, underpinned by high US Treasury yields. Contrarily, the US crude oil benchmark, WTI, plunges 2.74% in the day, exchanging hands at $96.62 per barrel, a tailwind for the major.

US Dollar

On the other hand, The dollar rose to fresh 20-year highs on Wednesday and the euro tumbled to a new two-decade low as rising energy prices and potential shortages cast a long shadow over the euro zone’s economy.

The dollar index, which tracks the greenback versus a basket of six currencies, shot above 107, while the euro tumbled below $1.02, both for the first time since December 2002.

The United States is a net energy exporter, while Germany is running a trade deficit for the first time since 1991, he said.

“High interest rates in the U.S. and a trade shift which is beneficial to the U.S. adds to sustainability of the dollar’s strength,” he said.

The dollar index rose 0.544%, with the euro down 0.87% to $1.0177.

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Elsewhere, The EUR/USD pair is trading in the red at 1.0169 at the time of writing. The bias remains bearish after taking out strong downside obstacles and because the Dollar Index tries to resume its growth.

Fundamentally, the Eurozone data came in mixed today. The German Factory Orders rose by 0.1% versus a 0.5% drop expected, while the Retail Sales surged by 0.2% versus 0.4% expected.

EUR/USD Forecast!

Staying below the lower median line and making a new lower low, dropping and closing below the 1.0161 could activate further drop towards the warning line. This scenario could bring short-term selling opportunities.


The rising cost of living continues to squeeze household incomes ahead of Japan’s upper house election on Sunday. A recent poll suggests that while the governing LDP party are likely to secure a majority victory, support for the current prime minister Kishida is waning. Approval ratings for Kishida came in at 54%, down from 59% three weeks ago.


The 4-hour chart shows price action consolidating above 135 while remaining in what appears to be a symmetrical triangle. Such a pattern is inherently neutral – meaning that we could be seeing signs of bullish fatigue in the pair.

The daily chart further supports the view that the market could be at a critical juncture, as the bullish advance appears to be slowing. 134.50 stands in the way of a lower move for now, with 131.35 a really key level for continued downside momentum. Resistance lies at the October 1998 high of 136.89 and 139.26 if we are to reach a new high.

USD/JPY: Retail trader data shows 23.31% of traders are net-long with the ratio of traders short to long at 3.29 to 1.


Further weakness in the European currency now drags EUR/GBP to new 3-week lows in the 0.8540 region on Wednesday.

EUR/GBP looks to UK politics, EUR selling

EUR/GBP sheds ground for the third session in a row midweek, heavily influenced by the intense decline in the single currency in response to recession fears in the broader Euroland in combination with noticeable ECB inaction.

EUR/GBP key levels

The cross is losing 0.43% at 0.8547 and a breach of 0.8511 (low June 16) would expose 0.8485 (low June 9) and finally 0.8441 (200-day SMA). On the other hand, the next up barrier emerges at 0.8678 (monthly high July 1) followed by 0.8721 (2022 high June 15) and then 0.9085 (2021 high January 6).


The AUDUSD remains in red and pressuring key supports at 0.6761/58 (new two-year low, posted yesterday / 50% retracement of 0.5509/0.8007 rally).

Soured risk sentiment on growing recession fears that boosted demand for safe-haven dollar, keep the Aussie dollar in defensive mode.

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July-07, 2022, Daily latest currency trading analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

currency trading analysis and daily forecast, July-07, 2022

Euro plummeted more than 2.3% against the US Dollar since the start of the week with EUR/USD now approaching downtrend support at fresh 20-year lows. We’re on the lookout for possible price inflection down here for guidance with US Non-Farm Payrolls on tap tomorrow. These are the updated targets and invalidation levels that matter on the EUR/USD technical price charts.

Technical Outlook

In last month’s Euro Price Outlook we noted that the EUR/USD had, “carved out the weekly / monthly opening-range just below downtrend resistance and the focus is on a breakout in the days ahead.” The range broke just one day later with an outside-day reversal plunging more than 3.5% into the 2016 low / low-day close at 1.0352/85. Euro continued to test this confluence zone into the close of June with a decisive break lower into the start of the week now taking price into downtrend support. While the break does keep the broader downtrend in play, the immediate decline may be vulnerable here and we’re on the lookout for possible inflection off this slope.


As per the pre-Topkyo analysis on Thursday, USD/JPY Price Analysis: Bears step on advances above 136.00, the pair dropped in for a brief spell in the 135.50s before claiming all the way back above 136.00. The bulls have reclaimed the area but for how long?

It was noted that the hourly candle has all of the makings for a strong bearish close with a focus on the 135.50s.

However, following a trip to the downside, the pair has crept higher with a high of 136.22 so far. Thus now begs the question,’’ where now?’’

It could be argued that a bearish head and shoulders are being formed on the daily chart.

US Dollar​

The dollar traded little changed against the euro and other trading currencies on Thursday, though sterling held on to gains after Boris Johnson said he was quitting as British prime minister.

Investors are waiting for U.S. jobs data on Friday and consumer price data next week that should signal the pace of inflation and whether the Federal Reserve continues to aggressively hike interest rates when policymakers meet on July 26-27.

The dollar index, which measures the currency against six counterparts, fell 0.047% after Wednesday’s peak of 107.27, a level not seen since late 2002. The euro was down 0.07% to $1.0176 after sliding to a two-decade low of 1.01615 on Wednesday.

Investors are grappling with the risks of a recession and whether interest rate hikes will be paused as global demand is under pressure.

The Atlanta Fed’s GDPNow model estimates seasonally adjusted GDP growth on an annual basis in the second quarter was -2.1%.


After a rough week in UK politics, the British pound reclaimed the 1.2000 level as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced he would resign in autumn. However, he would remain as Prime Minister and announced that his government would not seek new policies or changes and would be left to the new PM. At the time of writing, the GBP/USD is trading at 1.2000.

GBP/USD advances on a soft US dollar, US Initial Jobless Claims rise

US equities remain positive during the day, reflecting recession fears waning and investors’ positive mood. Meanwhile, US Treasury yields rise, and the greenback retracts from 2-year highs, a tailwind for the GBP/USD. The US Dollar Index, a measure of the greenback’s value vs. its peers, has recovered some, up 013%, back above the 107.000 mark.


The Australian dollar was been battered in June and the selling continued in early July as it fell to the worst levels since the peak of the pandemic. However in the last week it has repeatedly found buyers near 0.6765. It flirted with that level four times, including in Asia today.

Now it’s sprung to a two-day high at 0.6848 as the mood in markets improves. I’m surprised the bid isn’t even stronger given the report that China is considering a $220 billion infrastructure stimulus.


On the other hand, The cross extends a steep fall into third consecutive day and cracks significant support at 0.8501 (top of thick ascending daily Ichimoku cloud).

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July-11, 2022, Daily latest currency trading analysis and forex market forecast, by forex forum.​

currency trading analysis, july-11, 2022

The euro took fire from different directions at the start of the week, suffering heavy losses against the U.S. dollar amid risk-off sentiment and broad-based DXY strength. At midday, the EUR/USD was down 1.1% to 1.0069, but earlier in the day it fell as much as 1.3%, flirting with exchange rate parity for the first time since late 2002.

“The next half of 2022 is unlikely to foster conditions for euro appreciation as the European economy could be in a technical recession. Some of the recent euro weakness can be retraced to the ECB emergency meeting on the 15th of June. The spread between an Italian and German 10y bond had reached 240 basis points, prompting serious discussions. The central bank promised an anti-fragmentation tool to help alleviate supposedly unjustified interest-rate spreads.”


Recently, the GBP/USD pair remained under bearish pressure to challenge the new low around 1.2150 again which was temporarily bypassed few days go. Immediate bullish rejection was expressed around 1.1950 bringing the pair back above 1.2150 again towards higher price levels.

Bullish persistence above 1.2300 (when achieved) will probably enable further bullish continuation towards 1.2550 and probably 1.2650 where further decisions can be taken.

On the other hand, another bearish visits were expected to challenge the price level of 1.1950 when sufficient bearish momentum was expressed.


Last week, we took a look at USD/CAD price action as it continues to act as though it wants to finally get some separation from a range that it has been building for the better part of a year. Since May we have seen sponsorship at increasingly higher levels.

This strengthening of price action around the top of an extended range suggests it is about to break, and the move could be quite explosive. USD/CAD is known for lots of deep retracements and its inability to follow through, but when it does get momentum it can be strong and unrelenting.

A breakout into the 13100s could trigger such a move as the ascending wedge forming since early May gives way to a sustained breakout. ‘Looking to the left’ there isn’t anything meaningful until a swing level created in 2020 in the 13400s.


The USD/CHF advances firmly on Monday amidst traders’ risk-off sentiment, which bolstered the greenback. However, last month’s Swiss National Bank (SNB) sudden shift towards a hawkish posture put a lid on the USD/CHF climb, retreating from daily highs around 0.9840.

The USD/CHF is trading around the 0.9790s region and remains positive in the day, up by 0.33% amidst a risk-aversion trading day.

USD/CHF 1-Hour chart

The USD/CHF shows an upward trajectory, aligned with the USD/CHF higher time-frame (HT), being the daily chart. Nevertheless, the rally stalled around the R2 daily pivot, and subsequent pullbacks should be bought, as the major would continue to the upside. USD/CHF traders should be aware that the Relative Strenght Index (RSI) in this time frame, as the pair rallies and retraces, the RSI’s has been seesawing within the 50-70 boundaries without reaching overbought conditions, meaning the uptrend is solid.


The gold price has been pressured by a resurgence in the greenback at the start of the trading week. The US dollar has torn through last week’s highs and had denied the bears in the forex space that were in anticipation of corrections. At the time of writing, DXY, a measure of the US dollar vs. a basket of major currencies is up by over 1% and oscillates around 108 the figure.

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July-13, 2022, Daily latest currency trading analysis and forex market forecast, by forex traders.

EURUSD rebounds after an intraday dive below parity at around 0.9997, for the first time in 20 years, and is staging a recovery during Wednesday’s North American session, sparked by a hot US inflation report revealed by the US Department of Labour, which lifted the major towards the daily high at around 1.0122, before sliding back below the 1.0100 mark. At the time of writing, the EURUSD is trading at around the 1.0080 area, up 0.50%.

EUR/USD bounces off parity on soft US dollar

Sentiment-wise, investors remain pessimistic, as shown by global equities tumbling across the board. in the meantime, the US Dollar Index, a measurement of the greenback’s value against a basket of six currencies, slumps by 0.30%, underpinned by falling US Treasury yields, and is sitting at 107.827. Also, recession fears loom as the US 2s-10s yield curve remains inverted for the seventh consecutive day, at -0161%.


The Bank of Canada elected to raise it’s benchmark interest rate by 1.00% as the central bank continues to battle rampant and historic inflation. This morning’s rate hike brings the key policy rate to 2.50%, with inflation data set to come out next week. In immediate trade, USDCAD spiked lower below 1.30. Governor Tiff Macklem is set to speak at 11 AM EST.

The Canadian economy continues to run red hot despite recent efforts from the BoC to cool activity. Central banks around the globe have rushed to tighten policy, as inflationary pressures remain widespread and persistent. Canada’s resource-rich status has seen the economy perform well during this recent period of elevated commodity prices. Given underlying economic strength, swaps traders see the BoC taking the policy rate above 3.5% later this year, making it one of the most hawkish tightening paths in the world.

US Dollar

The dollar surged to a 20-year high against a basket of currencies and the euro broke below parity against the greenback after data on Wednesday showed U.S. consumer price inflation surged to a 40-1/2-year high in June.
The consumer price index increased 1.3% last month as gasoline and food costs remained elevated, more than the 1.1% expected by economists polled by Reuters.

The dollar index reached 108.59, the highest since Oct. 2002, from around 107.9 before the data released.
The single currency is being hurt as the region faces an energy crisis sparked by sanctions imposed on Russia due to its invasion of Ukraine.


Gold Price (XAUUSD) bounced sharply during the last hours and turned positive for the day. The metal bottomed at $1,706 following US inflation data and then redounded rising $40 in a few minutes. It peaked at $1,745, the highest level in three days. Volatility in prices is set to remain elevated on the back of market concerns and wild moves in the Treasury market.

Gold Price not out of the woods yet

Stocks in Wall Street are falling, but are off lows. In money markets, prices reflect inflation as the main concern for Federal Reserve officials in the short-term and a growth crisis later as the main issue. While in the short-term bets for more aggressive rate hikes are rising, prices reflect odds of rate cuts for 2023.

Gold Price shows some not so negative signs

Gold Price rose back above $1,730 and also above the 20-Simple Moving Average in the four-hour chart, currently at $1,735. While above, XAUUSD could holds a positive momentum in the very short-term. The key resistance ahead is $1,750. Above, gold could extend the recovery.

The spike to $1,706 followed by the rebound is a potential reversal that could anticipate further gains, particularly if it breaks above $1,750. A failure, could keep XAUUSD between $1,750 and $1,730.


The Reserve Bank of New Zealand raised rates by 50 basis points as expected earlier today to 2.5% (see post here).
The move was priced in and the price for the NZDUSD initially moved lower. Although there was a subsequent rise in the London morning session, with the price rise taking the price above the 100 hour MA (blue line). That break failed and backed off. After the US CPI, the price fell to a new cycle low reaching to 0.6080 in the process.

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