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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.
My next for pick for the day is the Australian dollar against the Japanese yen. This forex pair broke out from a 3-week double bottom formation the other day as seen in its 4-hour chart above but hasn’t continued its swing up. It actually went back down after finding some resistance at 89.59.
After hitting a low of 81.08 last February 4, the USDJPY pair has rallied back to mark a high of 83.97 2 days after Valentine’s day. It appears, however, that US dollar’s push against the Japanese yen is starting to lose some momentum. As you can see from its 4-hour chart above, the pair has formed what looks to be a head and shoulders pattern with a neckline at around 83.10.
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US Dollar Trading At An All-time Low Against the Japanese Yen!
Happy Halloween FX fiends, I mean friends! Indeed, it is very scary at least for the USD as it is now trading at a new historical low versus the Japanese yen. To end the week, the USDJPY surpassed its former all-time low at 80.43 which it set way back in April 1995 and closed at 80.38. As you can see from its weekly chart, the pair has been on a long term downtrend since the latter part of 2007.