Bitcoin: Stalling below $3500

EUR/GBP

Consolidating below 0.9100.

  • EUR/GBP is trading around its highest levels of the year despite ongoing consolidation. Hourly resistance lies at 0.9087 (08/08/2017 high). Hourly support is given at a distance at 0.8742 (16/06/2017 low). Downside risks are nonetheless important.

  • In the long-term, the pair has largely recovered from recent lows in 2015. The technical structure suggests a growing upside momentum. The pair is trading above from its 200 DMA. Strong resistance can be found at 0.9500 psychological level.

 

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EUR/CHF

Selling pressures are back.

  • EUR/CHF has consolidated and short-term selling pressures are definitely back on. Hourly support is now located at 1.1260 (04/08/2017 low). Expected to show continued weakness.

  • In the longer term, the technical structure has reversed. Strong resistance at 1.1200 (04/02/2015 high) has been broken. Yet,the ECB's QE programme is likely to cause persistent selling pressures on the euro, which should weigh on EUR/CHF. Supports can be found at 1.0184 (28/01/2015 low) and 1.0082 (27/01/2015 low).

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BITCOIN (in USD)

Stalling below $3500.

  • Bitcoin keeps on surging. Hourly resistance is given at 3478 (08/08/2017 high) and hourly support lies very far at 2403 (26/07/2017 low). The road is wide open for another bullish move.

  • In the long-term, the digital currency has had an exponential growth. There are decent likelihood that the asset will consolidate above $1500. Long-term support is given at $1464 (04/05/2017 low).

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