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EURUSD Daily Pivots

R3 1.1438
R2 1.1397
R1 1.1368
Pivot 1.1328
S1 1.1299
S2 1.1258
S3 1.1229

 EURUSD H1 technical analysis pivot points chart for currency trading forex

While still staying within the range, EURUSD is starting to show signs of a possible break out to the upside as the falling trend line looks to be breached. We expect a dip down to the daily pivot level, which if holds could then pave way for another attempt to test the 1.1435 levels. However, there are also potential risks considering that price action is shaping up to be a triangle pattern, which also gives a downside target, firstly towards 1.1277 and eventually to 1.114 levels.

USDJPY Daily Pivots

R3 120.693
R2 120.261
R1 119.617
Pivot 119.192
S1 118.541
S2 118.116
S3 117.465

USDJPY H4 technical analysis pivot points chart for currency trading forex

Although a bit distorted, the USDJPY hourly charts do show that the head and shoulders continues to be in play, but requires a break of the neckline in order to achieve the downside objective towards 117 levels. For the moment, with the break of the rising trend line, we can expect a possibility of a rally to the daily pivot level before expecting a decline to the neckline at 118.414 levels. The sharp candlestick reversal pattern near the right shoulder is very indicative of a downside move in place.

GBPUSD Daily Pivots

R3 1.5555
R2 1.5514
R1 1.5484
Pivot 1.5442
S1 1.5411
S2 1.537
S3 1.5339

GBPUSD H4 technical analysis pivot points chart for currency trading forex

With price barely finding support near the 1.5335 price zone, the reversal and back above the main support at 1.543 is indicative that we could expect a rally towards the main bullish flag’s target of 1.55 through 1.553 price zone. As price did not quite see any close near the downside at 1.533, should price rally to the intended objective, we could potentially be looking at correction from 1.55 levels down to 1.533 levels in the near term.

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