- USD/INR has neutralized the immediate bullish outlook.
- Key support at 69.48 is still intact for the pair.
USD/INR fell 0.50% to 69.50 on Tuesday but held on to the confluence of rising trendline and the 200-hour moving average (HMA) support.
Both the rising trendline and the 200-HMA are now located near 69.48. A break lower would validate the bearish Doji reversal confirmed by Tuesday's close below 69.74 and open the doors to 69.24 (June 12 low).
On the higher side, a break above 69.97 (Doji's high) is needed to revive the bullish view put forward by the falling wedge breakout confirmed on June 13.
Trend: Bearish below 69.74
- R3 70.7475
- R2 70.435
- R1 69.9475
- PP 69.635
- S1 69.1475
- S2 68.835
- S3 68.3475
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