FXstreet.com (San Francisco) - NZD/USD is extending the bounce from its September low (0.7912) into the 0.8200 price zone, now up around 0.4% in Asia as regional stocks climb. Expectations of QE3 from the Fed and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao’s recent comments that signaled there is more room for fiscal and monetary policy to support growth is also underpinning the pair as it tracks AUD. NZD/USD has climbed as high as 0.8203 so far today, a price not seen since August 7. If the bull pressure continues, resistance is noted at 0.8220 (Aug 7 high); a break above there could open scope for a test of Fibonacci resistance at 0.8275 (61.8%, 0.8841/0.7369). The market has pulled back slightly and last trades at 0.8195.