USD/CHF technical analysis: Heads to 0.9800/05 supply-zone amid bullish MACD

  • USD/CHF surges to seven-day high.
  • Further upside to near-term key resistance-area expected based on the bullish technical indication.

Carrying its early week's gradual recovery forward, USD/CHF rises to a week’s top while taking the bids to 0.9790 ahead of Friday’s European open.

While bullish signal via 12-bar moving average convergence and divergence (MACD) increases the pair’s further run-up, the 0.9800/05 area including mid-July lows and early-month high will question buyers.

Given the bulls’ ability to cross 0.9805, July 24 low near 0.9835 and 61.8% Fibonacci retracement level of present month declines near 0.9855 can please them.

On the contrary, a short-term rising trend-line at 0.9750 may offer nearby support to the pair ahead of dragging it to 0.9700 round-figure and monthly bottom surrounding 0.9660.

USD/CHF 4-hour chart

Trend: Bullish

    1. R3 0.9842 
    2. R2 0.9809 
    3. R1 0.9786 
  1. PP 0.9754
    1. S1  0.973
    2. S2  0.9698
    3. S3  0.9675


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