The GBP/USD broke the support trend line (dotted blue) but failed to break below the previous bottom and is now challenging again the resistance zone (red) and Fibonacci levels of wave 4 (orange). A bullish break would change the wave patterns and could indicate a bullish 123 (brown) or larger ABC. The strong up and down could have been caused by the Brexit news which first
The GBP/USD bounced strongly at the 61.8% Fibonaccisupport level creating a “V valley” reversal after strong bearish momentum occurred with a 150 pip decline. The extended bullish correction could be a WXY (brown) within wave 4 (orange). A bullish break would make a wave 4 pattern less likely.
The EUR/USD is challenging a resistance trend line (orange). A bullish breakout could see price challenge the larger resistance (red) butit remains unclear whether price is in a wave 5 or in an expanded wave 4 at the moment.
The EUR/USD has retraced back to the 38.2% Fibonacci level of wave 4 (pink). Price could be ready for a bullish continuation as long as price stays above the 61.8% Fibonacci level.
The USD/JPY could be building a larger WXY (pink) correction within wave 2 or B (purple).
The USD/JPYcould be completing a potential ABC (purple) correction within wave Y (pink).
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