US Dollar Index technical analysis: DXY ends the week on its low near 98.60 level

DXY daily chart

The US Dollar Index (DXY) is trading in a bull trend above its main simple moving averages (SMAs).
DXY is trading down for the second consecutive day after establishing a new 2019 high this Thursday. 

DXY 4-hour chart

The greenback is steeply down just above 97.50 and the 200 SMA. 

DXY 30-minute chart

DXY bears took the lead as 97.50, 97.30 and 97.00 become targets to the downside. Resistance is seen at 97.80 and 98.10. 

Additional key levels

Dollar Index Spot

Today last price 97.57
Today Daily Change -0.29
Today Daily Change % -0.30
Today daily open 97.86
Daily SMA20 97.71
Daily SMA50 97.32
Daily SMA100 96.83
Daily SMA200 96.42
Previous Daily High 98.38
Previous Daily Low 97.8
Previous Weekly High 98.03
Previous Weekly Low 97.03
Previous Monthly High 98.34
Previous Monthly Low 96.74
Daily Fibonacci 38.2% 98.02
Daily Fibonacci 61.8% 98.16
Daily Pivot Point S1 97.65
Daily Pivot Point S2 97.43
Daily Pivot Point S3 97.07
Daily Pivot Point R1 98.23
Daily Pivot Point R2 98.59
Daily Pivot Point R3 98.81



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