US Dollar Index Technical Analysis: DXY ends the week at five-day lows, near 98.00 handle

  • DXY this week started to correct the early November advance.
  • The next key supports are seen at the 97.80 and 97.50 levels. 

DXY weekly chart

DXY (US Dollar Index) retreated slightly this week as the Index is trading above its main weekly simple moving averages in a bull channel.

DXY daily chart

DXY (US Dollar Index) is trading in a bull trend above the 200-day simple moving average (DMA). This Friday the buck dropped to its lowest in five-days near the 100 DMA located at 98.02. 

DXY 4-hour chart

DXY is correcting down below its 50 and 200 SMAs, suggesting a bearish bias in the medium term. The market is trying to break below the 98.00 handle. Next week if there is bearish follow-through, the market might continue to decline towards the 97.80 support level. If that support fails to hold prices, then 97.50 can be on the cards.

Additional key levels

Dollar Index Spot

Today last price 97.98
Today Daily Change -0.18
Today Daily Change % -0.18
Today daily open 98.16
Daily SMA20 97.77
Daily SMA50 98.29
Daily SMA100 98
Daily SMA200 97.56
Previous Daily High 98.42
Previous Daily Low 98.11
Previous Weekly High 98.4
Previous Weekly Low 97.17
Previous Monthly High 99.67
Previous Monthly Low 97.15
Daily Fibonacci 38.2% 98.23
Daily Fibonacci 61.8% 98.3
Daily Pivot Point S1 98.04
Daily Pivot Point S2 97.92
Daily Pivot Point S3 97.73
Daily Pivot Point R1 98.35
Daily Pivot Point R2 98.54
Daily Pivot Point R3 98.66



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