- The corrective rally in the AUD/USD pair has likely run out of steam, as indicated by the bearish divergence of the MACD.
- A downside break of the rising trendline seen in the hourly chart could yield a drop below 0.71.
- The Reserve Bank of Australia's Financial Stability Review released earlier today expressed concerns about the high level of household debt and offered little surprises to the market, leaving the AUD pairs at the mercy of the broader market sentiment.
- On the higher side, a break above 0.7130 would signal a revival of the corrective rally from the Oct. 8 low of 0.7041.
Spot Rate: 0.7120
Daily High: 0.7130
Daily Low: 0.7117
R1: 0.7142 (Sept. 17 low)
R2: 0.7181 (50% Fib R of 0.7315/0.7041)
R3: 0.72 (psychological level)
S1: 0.7085 (Sept. 11 low)
S2: 0.7041 (recent low)
S3: 0.70 (psychological support)
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