GBP/AUD informed Sunday a break at 1.8138 targets 1.7983. GBP/AUD broke below 1.8138 and traded 124 pips lower to 1.8014. GBP/AUD must break 1.8010 to trade to 1.7946.

AUD/GBP instructs today GBP/AUD ranges are located from 1.8129 to 1.7946. GBP/AUD higher must break 1.8037 to target AUD/USD at 0.7607 and 0.7616. GBP/AUD breaks 1.8010 targets AUD/USD higher at 0.7680 and 0.7685. AUD/GBP 28 pips forecasts 150 pips for GBP/AUD.

EUR/GBP higher today informs a drop to EUR/USD supports now at 1.1556 1.1675, 1.1615. Yesterday supports 1.1656 and 1.1774. Today's drop was significant.

Sunday, USD/CHF targets 0.9363 achieved easily as written. Target complete.

GBP/JPY next to drop 2 and 300 pips and targets 149.00's. Yesterday GBP/JPY dropped 200 pips and 200 pips yet to travel. USD/JPY led the way and USD/JPY will lead the way to further drops. Lows today 150.82 and 150.63. Then higher.

AUD/EUR informs today EUR/AUD ranges at 1.5610 to 1.5451. EUR/AUD big break for higher is located at 1.5648. EUR/AUD above targets AUD/USD at much lower levels at 0.7500's. AUD/USD will assist with strength from lower AUD/EUR.

GBP/CAD as written nothing special. Result GBP/CAD traded a 60 pip range for the week.

GBP/USD 1.3698 now big break for lower.

CAD/CHF bottoms at 0.7335 to target the day's highs at 0.7411. Nothing going on to CAD/CHF however better employed as a forecast currency due to lack of movement and ranges.

GBP/NZD as USD pair rises and falls with USD. Sunday, low 1.9500's was best targets. GBP/NZD dropped 200 pips from 1.9700's to `1.9550.

EUR/NZD rose 171 pips as GBP/NZD fell 200 due to higher USD/CAD with +96 correlations. Big divergence between EUR/NZD and GBP/NZD and may take weeks to rectify.


Big break for higher 1.1906. EUR/USD is at its weekly tops and do or die points at 1.1872, 1.188 and 1.1894. Shorts target 1.1814 easily.

NZD/USD remains below 0.7061 to inform EUR/USD, GBP/USD and AUD/USD soon to follow lower by significant breaks.

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