The Japanese Yen is retesting a previous key level in a mid term bullish move printing some heavy bullish divergence along the way. 

This bullish move is the one started at May 27th lows for about 6%; this is the reason I continue to look for longs in this market.

This is the make-it-or-break-it level for bulls in the JPY.


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