Patterns: NZD/CAD, NZD/CHF

NZD/CAD 4H Chart: Tests 100-hour SMA

The NZD/CAD currency pair has been trading in a descending channel for the past few months now. This steady decrease in price range began when the rate reversed from the upper boundary of a long-term descending channel at 0.91 on June 22.

As shown on the 4(H) chart, the exchange rate has tested a resistance level formed by the 100-hour simple moving average at 0.8503 during the first part of today's session.

If that resistance level holds, the currency exchange rate could aim at a support cluster set by the weekly and the monthly PPs near the 0.8469 within this trading session.

On the other hand, if the price passes that resistance line as mentioned earlier, the pair could move towards the 200-hour SMA at 0.8556.



NZD/CHF 4H Chart: Targets swing high at 0.6520

The New Zealand Dollar against the Swiss Franc has been moving in an ascending channel since the beginning of September. The currency pair bounced off its lower boundary of the channel on September 7 and followed by an upside wave.

The exchange rate opens above the monthly pivot point at 0.6444 during Friday's trading session. Therefore, bullish momentum could dominate this currency pair within today's session.

If a support cluster formed by the combination of the weekly and the monthly PPs near the 0.6434 level holds, the NZD/CHF could target a swing high at 0.6520 during the following trading sessions.



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