AUD/NZD Price Analysis: Is the rally over for the Aussie?

  • Australian dollar retreats after being rejected from above 1.0800.
  • The 1.0850 area is again a critical resistance for AUD/NZD.

The AUD/NZD hit the highest level in three months on Tuesday at 1.0841. It later failed to hold above 1.0800 and started to correct lower. The retreat continued until the 1.0760/65 zone, also the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement of the last leg higher.

The rally run into a strong resistance at the 1.0850 area. A consolidation above is needed to clear the way to more gains, probably targeting 1.0900. The trend remains bullish but in the short-term, the rejection from 1.0800 and the retreat shows some difficulties ahead. The rebound from an uptrend line at 1.0760 shows the Aussie still has some momentum and could test levels above 1.0800 in the short-term. The key for aussie is to hold above 1.0800.

A slide below 1.0760 would point to further weakness in AUD/NZD but not to a change in the trend. Key support stands at 1.0700/10. The rally may not be over, but for it to continue at the current speed, a rebound back above 1.0800 over the next sessions is a must.

AUD/NZD daily chart



Today last price 1.0784
Today Daily Change -0.0020
Today Daily Change % -0.19
Today daily open 1.0804
Daily SMA20 1.0725
Daily SMA50 1.0637
Daily SMA100 1.0702
Daily SMA200 1.0718
Previous Daily High 1.0841
Previous Daily Low 1.0791
Previous Weekly High 1.0816
Previous Weekly Low 1.0704
Previous Monthly High 1.0747
Previous Monthly Low 1.0412
Daily Fibonacci 38.2% 1.081
Daily Fibonacci 61.8% 1.0822
Daily Pivot Point S1 1.0783
Daily Pivot Point S2 1.0762
Daily Pivot Point S3 1.0733
Daily Pivot Point R1 1.0833
Daily Pivot Point R2 1.0862
Daily Pivot Point R3 1.0883



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