• EUR/JPY accelerates its downtrend to reach levels sub-129.00.
  • The euro suffers amid a sourer market mood and soft macroeconomic data.
  • Breach of 129.50/60 support area has increased negative mood for the euro.

The euro has accelerated its reversal against the Japanese yen on Thursday. The pair is 0.6% down on the day so far, reaching levels below 129.00 after having peaked at 130.50 on Wednesday.

The euro drops further on risk-averse trading

The common currency is losing ground against the safe-haven yen during Thursday’s American market session, with the major stock indexes turning negative after a mildly positive opening.

In Europe, macroeconomic releases have failed to offer support for the common currency. German unemployment figures have disappointed, showing a lower than expected decline in the jobless change, while the surging energy prices have boosted yearly inflation to 4.1%, its highest level in 29 years.

EUR/JPY dives below support area at 129.50/60

Technical indicators are pointing lower after the pair pierced the support area at 129.50/60. Now the pair might find support at 128.75 (September 22 high) before testing an important support area at 127.90/128.00 (August 19, September 23 low).

On the upside, the pair should return above the mentioned 129.50/60, where the 20 and 100-day SMA lie, to ease bearish pressure and attempt to reach 130.00 before aiming to a key resistance area between 130.50 and 130.75 (September 3, 8, and 29 highs).

Technical levels to watch


Today last price 128.88
Today Daily Change -0.98
Today Daily Change % -0.75
Today daily open 129.86
Daily SMA20 129.62
Daily SMA50 129.53
Daily SMA100 130.82
Daily SMA200 129.72
Previous Daily High 130.48
Previous Daily Low 129.68
Previous Weekly High 129.85
Previous Weekly Low 127.93
Previous Monthly High 130.42
Previous Monthly Low 127.93
Daily Fibonacci 38.2% 129.98
Daily Fibonacci 61.8% 130.17
Daily Pivot Point S1 129.53
Daily Pivot Point S2 129.21
Daily Pivot Point S3 128.73
Daily Pivot Point R1 130.33
Daily Pivot Point R2 130.8
Daily Pivot Point R3 131.13





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