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Outlook for Week of 15 – 19 November 2021
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Chart 1A: USD INDEX WEEKLY CHART
Rising inflation, Fed tapering and projection of a Fed rate hike in 3Q of 2022 caused the Dollar index to close strongly last week. The weekly technical resistance at 94.30 has broken and we also see a formation of a double bottom on the chart. With both fundamentals and technical moving in sync, we expect the Dollar index to rise further to test the next resistance at 97.16.
Chart 1B: USD INDEX DAILY CHART
Dollar Index broke the resistance zone between 94.58 to 94.98 on the daily chart and is now set to test the next daily chart resistance at 95.87.
Chart 2A: AUDUSD WEEKLY CHART
The neckline resistance for AUDUSD at 0.7530 remains strong on the weekly chart. Now that USD index has broken through resistance we expect AUDUSD to resume its downtrend. Support zone between 0.6862 to 0.6990 should however attract profit taking interest from short AUDUSD positions.
Chart 2B: AUDUSD DAILY CHART
AUDUSD has formed resistance on daily chart at 0.7531 but we expect selling interest to emerge at the high of a key reversal point last Wednesday which is at 0.7393. Now that USD index has broken resistance and Dollar is expecting further gains we would expect selling interest in AUDUSD to emerge on rallies.
Chart 3A: GBPUSD WEEKLY CHART
No change in view for GBPUSD. Technically GBPUSD is still in a shoulder head shoulder pattern and looking to trade lower on expectations of a stronger Dollar. Support zone on the weekly chart lies between 1.2853 to 1.2893.
Chart 3B: GBPUSD DAILY CHART
In line with a stronger dollar, GBPUSD is continuing on a lower trend. Last Friday saw some reprieve in the selling pressure but expect selling to continue in the coming week.
Chart 4A: EURUSD WEEKLY CHART
Last week saw a strong sell off in the EURUSD and with expectations of further Dollar strength we expect EURUSD to continue to trade lower towards the next support zone between 1.1216 to 1.1240.
Chart 4B: EURUSD DAILY CHART
Last week the selling momentum of EURUSD accelerated and on the daily chart the path of least resistance looks lower with the next support only at 1.1300.
Chart 5A: USDJPY WEEKLY CHART
Now that Dollar index has broken the weekly chart resistance we expect USDJPY to also trade higher. This may happen when prices close above the channel.
Chart 5B: USDJPY DAILY CHART
USDJPY has been trading within a channel for the last several weeks but with stronger Dollar we expect to see a rally at some point especially if it closes above the previous high of 114.69.
Chart 6: AUDNZD WEEKLY CHART
AUDNZD managed to close higher at the end of last week despite the initial sell-off from the beginning of last week. We still expect AUDNZD to continue its downtrend and expect rallies toward the high of two weeks ago at 1.0492 will be where we see renewed selling interest.
Chart 6B: AUDNZD DAILY CHART
Resistance is now established at 1.0492 on the daily chart and rallies toward this level would see selling pressure. This is consistent with the weekly chart.
Chart 7A: EURNZD WEEKLY CHART
EURNZD is consolidating after the break below the channel and previous low of 1.6320. So far rallies toward this level has met with selling interest and we continue to expect this currency pair to trade lower.
Chart 7B: EURNZD DAILY CHART
No change in view for EURNZD. Probability is high for this cross to trade lower and any rallies should be contained first at 1.6301 followed by 1.6377 to 1.6404.
Chart 8A: EURCAD WEEKLY CHART
No change in view for EURCAD. The previous weekly chart support at 1.4487 is now the resistance for this cross. While it is consolidating we expect that once it trades below the previous low of 1.4263 we would likely show a potential reverse flag formation which could lead to a substantial move lower.
Chart 8B: EURCAD DAILY CHART
EURCAD continues to consolidate with selling pressure on rallies but profit taking closer to support at 1.4332.
Chart 9: BITCOIN DAILY CHART
The break of resistance at 63070 on the 4-hourly chart saw a test of all time high of 68945 for Bitcoin. Subsequently profit taking has brought it back down to support zone on 4-hourly chart between 60898 and 63070. While Bitcoin still has room for further upside, the lack of momentum on achieving all time highs may see further profit taking closer to the previous high of 69000.
Chart 10: DOW WEEKLY CHART
While the Dow continues to trade within an ascending trend channel, we may be close to exhaustion since Fed has announced the start of tapering. Also inflation is turning out to be not just a supply side issue and spreading to more sectors of the economy. The expectations of Fed rate hikes is now expected to happen earlier and thus we are wary of a market reversal.