Market update for today
The market opening gave a slow start for EURUSD to open below 1.2200, speaking the trend for today. further rise is expected with the 1.2050 support intact. watching the sluggish upside movement, a break of 1.2244 will resume the rise from 1.1703 to retest 1.2348 high. In corresponding scenario, the break of 1.2050 will delay the bullish case. Looking out to the big picture, the reluctance of Federal Reserve Officials to signal a recalibration of policy gave the boost in the economy, these conditions are going to favor the pair giving the bullish scenario.
The pair have been seen picking the recovery to 1.14152, which is 0.03% intraday. ahead of today’s opening of the London session. In doing so, the pair is taking hints from the upbeat risk reversal for the recovery moves from a short-term support line. On the upside, the decisive break of 1.4240 will again lead uptrend for 1.4376 key resistance. This break will carry larger bullish implications giving the target of 38.2% retracement Speaking of an alternate scenario, the break of 1.4098 support will delay the bullish outlook.
The USDJPY pair remained depressed heading into the European session. Watching the intraday bias in the pair, the movement of the pair will be neutral as the trading range continues. On upside above 109.77, it will resume the rebound from 107.47 to retest 110.95 high. On the downside, the break of 108.34 will turn bias back to the downside for 107.47 support. The US dollar rose 37 pips against the Japanese yen on Friday. All things being equal, the exchange rate could continue to edge higher. A possible target for the pair will be near the 103.30 area.
Watching out the commodity, Gold is meeting critical monthly resistance. Gold edged higher during the early part of trading action today. Giving the four-month high of $1887, before pulling back slightly. Watching out the US Manufacturing and service PMI data which was stronger than expected boosted the inflation outlook. Meanwhile, the US Dollar index is hovering near a three-month low of 90.02, lending support to the yellow metal.