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Outlook for Week of 1 – 5 November 2021
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Chart 1A: USD INDEX WEEKLY CHART
A key reversal in last week’s price pattern could be the signal for a break of the weekly chart resistance at 94.30. Prices were at one point threatening a break of the upward sloping trendline last week but the strong close towards the end of the week has raised the probability now of a final break of the weekly chart resistance. Markets tend to move in anticipation of an upcoming event and this would be in line with an announcement by the Federal Reserve on a tapering in November.
Chart 1B: USD INDEX DAILY CHART
We had a closing below the support of 93.49 on the daily chart last Thursday followed by a key reversal on Friday. Market participants who took a short position on the close below 93.49 were squeezed out of their shorts on Friday and we could see Dollar index testing the resistance zone between 94.58 to 94.98 next week.
Chart 2A: AUDUSD WEEKLY CHART
AUDUSD remained strong despite strengthening of the Dollar last Friday. We are mindful of the neckline resistance of AUDUSD at the 0.7530 level and if Dollar is to continue its strength next week, we could see AUDUSD struggling to break above this resistance level.
Chart 2B: AUDUSD DAILY CHART
AUDUSD has remained strong despite strength in the Dollar and as such we remain neutral on AUDUSD at current levels. In our view AUDUSD is just as likely to trade towards resistance at 0.7651 or make a pullback towards daily chart support zone between 0.7403 to 0.7436.
Chart 3A: GBPUSD WEEKLY CHART
GBPUSD failed to trade above the downward sloping trendline which remains a resistance and is now threatening to trade below a neckline of a Shoulder Head Shoulder Pattern. The neckline support is at 1.3680 and we could see renewed selling of GBPUSD once it trades below this level.
Chart 3B: GBPUSD DAILY CHART
We are currently neutral on GBPUSD. We see a trend of lower highs depicted by a downward sloping trendline which seems to indicate selling pressure but during the last break of GBPUSD below its daily chart support zone, we also saw a short squeeze followed by a rally. So for GBPUSD there is clear selling interest above 1.3800 while at the same time there is strong buying interest below 1.3500.
Chart 4A: EURUSD WEEKLY CHART
We had a short squeeze on EURUSD the week before but it was contained below the downward sloping trendline which acted as a resistance. Last Friday we saw EURUSD close below 1.1602 again which makes it more likely to continue its downward path.
Chart 4B: EURUSD DAILY CHART
EURUSD traded back towards its resistance zone between 1.1630 to 1.1691 last week but had a strong sell-off last Friday. Based on the pattern, probability seems skewed for EURUSD to continue a path lower.
Chart 5A: USDJPY WEEKLY CHART
No change in view for USDJPY. The weekly chart looks bullish and with comments by Bank of Japan governor, Kuroda that a weak yen is positive for Japan’s economy we are likely to see a continuation of the bull run for USDJPY.
Chart 5B: USDJPY DAILY CHART
On the daily chart the USDJPY has been trading within a channel and a breakout of this channel is likely to propel USDJPY much higher.
Chart 6: AUDNZD WEEKLY CHART
AUDNZD is currently in neutral territory but a rally toward 1.0580 may be a good risk reward sell opportunity with a stop 20 pips above recent high of 1.0611.
Chart 6B: AUDNZD DAILY CHART
Daily chart for AUDNZD suggests resistance at 1.0607 hence in line with the weekly chart it may be a good risk reward sell opportunity on a rally toward 1.0580 and a stop at 1.0631.
Chart 7A: EURNZD WEEKLY CHART
EURNZD continues to be one of our most watched currency pair now that it has broken weekly support, an upward sloping channel as well as the low of 1.6320 in February of this year.
Chart 7B: EURNZD DAILY CHART
This currency cross continues to trade lower and with a positive swap on this currency pair plus likelihood of Bank of New Zealand being faster to raise rates than the ECB we think this cross has potentially huge downside.
Chart 8A: EURCAD WEEKLY CHART
As we mentioned last week, EURCAD has similarity to the EURNZD weekly chart. It has broken the weekly chart support at 1.4487 as well as an upward sloping trendline. However it has not traded below the previous low of 1.4263. But the technical picture shows a potential reverse flag formation which could lead to a substantial move lower.
Chart 8B: EURCAD DAILY CHART
EURCAD is testing the daily chart support at 1.4332 again. Path of least resistance seems lower for this currency pair and we are likely to see a continuation of the down trend.
Chart 9: BITCOIN DAILY CHART
After a breakout of resistance and setting a new all-time high, Bitcoin consolidated with a re-test of support level at 57970 which has held. Currently there is a 4-hourly chart resistance at 63070 which when broken will see Bitcoin resume its uptrend.
Chart 10: DOW WEEKLY CHART
Dow continues trending upwards in a channel. Although the anticipation of Fed tapering has caused bouts of selling, the path of least resistance for the Dow seems to be higher.