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AUD/USD consolidates recent losses around the weekly bottom, recently grinding at the intraday top near 0.7190 during Wednesday’s Asian session. Second-tier US housing data will decorate calendar but higher attention will be given to yields and Fed rate-hike expectations.
EUR/USD seesaws around 1.1320-25 during early Wednesday morning in Asia, having dropped the most in 12 days the previous day. The major currency pair’s slump on Tuesday dragged MACD towards teasing the bears while breaking a two-month-long resistance-turned-support area of around 1.1380-85.
Gold prices keep the bounce off weekly low at around $1,815, up 0.05% intraday during Wednesday’s Asian session. Virus woes escalate and so do geopolitical tensions concerning Russia-Ukraine, suggesting safe-havens to stay firmer.
Solana price continues to face some strong technically and fundamentally bearish scenarios. In addition, concerns about Solana’s network stability and scalability remain. Those concerns continue to weigh in on the bearish price action ahead.
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