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  • NZD/USD remains on the back foot after breaking the monthly support line, now resistance.
  • 50-day SMA adds to the upside barrier, 21-day SMA limits immediate downside.

NZD/USD justifies the break of four-week-old ascending trend line while declining to 0.5955, down 0.71% on a day, during the early Thursday.

While a sustained downside below the near-term key support line, now resistance, favors the pair’s further declines, 21-day SMA, near 0.5940/35, limits the immediate downside.

As a result, sellers may await a daily closing under 0.5935 for fresh entry while targeting the monthly bottom close to 0.5845.

Alternatively, 0.6105/10 resistance confluence, including 50% Fibonacci retracement of January-March downside as well as the support-turned-resistance line, could keep buyers away.

Also adding barriers to the pair’s upside attempts is the 50-day SMA level, currently near 0.6140.

NZD/USD daily chart

Trend: Bearish