USD/JPY: Bearish; A Pullback Towards 109.80 Would Offer ‘Perfect’ Selling Opportunity – ING


Dollar/yen dropped as part of the greenback sell-off that followed the dovish twist from the Fed. What’s next?

Here is their view, courtesy of eFXdata:

ING discusses USD/JPY technical outlook and maintains a bearish bias on a multi-day basis, and flags the 109.80 as an attractive entry to sell on rallies.

“A pull-back towards the former breakout level around 109.80 would offer a perfect selling opportunity in expecting the development of a lower top followed by the next correction.

We recommend selling the rallies within this rally and waiting for the next bearish set-up,” ING adds.

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