- AUD/USD sellers drove the main bearish trend to new 2018 lows yet again this Tuesday.
- AUD/USD is forming a counter-trend bullish falling wedge which can signify that AUD/USD might enter a consolidation phase before resuming its bear trend. The correction up can target 0.7200 figure (August 15 low). The RSI, MACD and Stochastics on the 4-hour chart are pointing upward suggesting that the Aussie might be indeed oversold for the time being.
- A sustained bear breakout below 0.7085 (2018 low) would invalidate the short-term bullish correction.
Spot rate: 0.7118
Relative change: 0.03%
Main trend: Bearish
Short-term trend: Bullish correction above 0.7085, 2018 low
Resistance 1: 0.7144 September 5 low
Resistance 2: 0.7200 figure August 15 low
Resistance 3: 0.7236 August 24 low
Resistance 4: 0.7255 August 13 low
Resistance 5: 0.7294 August 13 high
Support 1: 0.7085, 2018 low
Support 2: 0.7000 figure
Support 3: 0.6830 January 15, 2016 low
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