- USD/INR created a bearish inverted hammer on Tuesday.
- A close above 68.843 is needed to invalidate bearish setup.
USD/INR ticked higher to 68.84 in early trading on Tuesday only to end up creating an inverted bearish hammer.
Notably, the pair ran into offers around the 10-day moving average (MA), reinforcing the bearish bias of that downward sloping technical line.
Therefore, the path of least resistance remains to the downside. USD/INR risks revisiting the March low of 68.35.
The bearish outlook would be invalidated if the spot closes today above the hammer candle’s high of 68.84.