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The New Zealand dollar increased its value by 20% against the Japanese Yen (NZD/JPY) from 55.00 to 66.00 in less than a month. Afterwards it started consolidating sideways as seen in the 4-hour chart above. In the process, there could be a bullish setup particularly a 1-month symmetrical triangle forming which could propel this forex pair to rise once more.
New Zealand Dollar Looking To Revisit Its All-Time High Against The Greenback
The New Zealand dollar versus the US dollar (NZD/USD) is currently at 0.7770. In simple terms, 0.7770 USD is equal to 1.00 NZD. In my technical perspective, from September of 2009 to 2010, the forex pair consolidated sideways and formed an inverted head and shoulders on an uptrend. A month after, it broke out from the said pattern until it reached a 2-year high of 0.7975.
The New Zealand Dollar (Kiwi) To Rise Ahead of the RBNZ Rate Hike? – July 26, 2010
Hiyo peeps! On this post is the daily chart of the NZDUSD pair. As you can see, the pair has been generally trading sideways for the past several months now. Though for the past two months, it has been showing some promising upswings. After falling to a low of 0.6560 back in June, the pair has seen rallied all the way back to 0.7300.
New Zealand Dollar: Taking a Break, Then a KitKat? - June 29, 2010
Hiyo FX fans! On this post is an update of the NZDUSD pair which I posted on June 22 (kindly click here to see my previous entry). Now, perhaps you are asking what’s up with my title. Well, it’s exactly what it is cause if you check out the 4-hour canvas of the pair, it has since consolidated within a rectangle or a box after breaking out from a double bottom and a symmetrical triangle.
Short-Covering Drives up Stocks after Bearish Housing Data
U.S. equity markets are trading higher at the mid-session after a worse than expected home sales report pressured stocks early in the trading session. The sell-off was triggered by the thought that the weak housing market would derail the U.S. economic recovery. The report showed that perspective buyers left the market after tax incentives were dropped.
Like what I said in my previous blog about the NZDUSD pair last June 17, the could be a short term buy on it. At that time, the pair had already broken out from a double bottom pattern. It then continued to consolidate within a symmetrical triangle before breaking out again. Furthermore, it also gapped up to begin this week’s trading. Presently, the pair is trading around 0.7100.