- The EUR/JPY is trading below the Tenkan-Sen at 162.77, which indicates a neutral to bearish bias.
- A break below the Senkou-Span A at 161.82 could trigger more selling pressure, targeting the Kijun-Sen at 160.99 and the October 30 low at 157.69.
- A recovery above the November 21 high at 162.43 could signal a reversal of the downtrend, challenging the Tenkan-Sen at 162.77.
EUR/JPY retreats for the third time in the week, five consecutive days, though it remains above the current week low of 161.24 and trades at 161.82 as Wednesday’s Asian session begins.
The EUR/JPY is neutral to upward biased, subject to further losses after the cross slipped below the Tenkan-Sen at 162.77. Since then, the pair fell toward the 161.00 handle, with sellers eyeing a break beneath the Senkou-Span A at 161.82. If the pair breaches the latter, sellers would have two technical signals to open fresh shorts positions, aimed to drag prices below the Kijun-Sen at 160.99, toward challenging the October 30 swing low at 157.69.
On the other hand, if the EUR/JPY aims and closes at around November 21, high at 162.43, that would put in play a challenge of the Tenkan-Sen at 162.77.
EUR/JPY Price Analysis – Daily Chart
EUR/JPY Technical Levels
|Today last price
|Today Daily Change
|Today Daily Change %
|Today daily open
|Previous Daily High
|Previous Daily Low
|Previous Weekly High
|Previous Weekly Low
|Previous Monthly High
|Previous Monthly Low
|Daily Fibonacci 38.2%
|Daily Fibonacci 61.8%
|Daily Pivot Point S1
|Daily Pivot Point S2
|Daily Pivot Point S3
|Daily Pivot Point R1
|Daily Pivot Point R2
|Daily Pivot Point R3
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