- The Kiwi hit into a multi-year low to open up the week before bouncing to close Monday's opening gap.
- Broader market sentiment remains firmly in the risk-off camp despite the NZD's minor bounce for the day.
- Changes in overall market sentiment are set to be the determining factor across the FX space as all of the charts heave in unison to match moves in the USD.
|Support 1:||0.6558 (current low; 2018 technical bottom)|
|Support 2:||0.6507 (S3 daily pivot)|
|Support 3:||0.6445 (February 2016 low)|
|Resistance 1:||0.6593 (current high)|
|Resistance 2:||0.6684 (61.8% Fibo retracement level)|
|Resistance 3:||0.6762 (previous week high)|
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