AUD/USD is trading at 0.8759, down -0.22% on the day, having posted a daily high at 0.8783 and low at 0.8751. AUD/USD has found some bids on the back of a positive result again coming in from China and tis time in the form of HSBC Manufacturing PMI that read 50.4 vs 50.2 expected and 50.2 previous.
Today we consider the USD/JPY currency pair on the D1 chart. The price made a reversal, touching the strong W1 resistance line. The daily uptrend channel is breached in the direction of the red zone,...
Australian Dollar: The Australian Dollar opens virtually unchanged buying 0.8778 U.S cents and seemingly remains range bound. Yesterday’s CPI inflation report showed a marginal increase in overall cost...
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