EURJPY

The common European currency has depreciated about 50 base points against the Japanese since yesterday's trading session. A breakout occurred through the lower boundary of an ascending channel pattern at 122.12 during the morning hours of Friday's trading session.

Given that a breakout had occurred, it is likely that the EUR/JPY currency pair will continue its downward momentum within this session. Bears could aim for the weekly S1 at 121.38.

Meanwhile, technical indicators flash sell signals on the 4(H) time-frame chart.

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