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The pair of EUR/JPY stands at the intersection levels of Tenkan and Kijun. Cloud bottom. RSI is testing the level 50. MACD is in the positive zone, but falls. Therefore, assuming a correction to the cloud at 135.40 and then rebound to the north at 136.70. If, however, Let's go to the cloud, the flat is a lower bound on the 135.00.
The pair is trading down and trying to consolidate below the resistance level of 134.80. May fall from it to the support level 134.10. In the case if the couple will hold out and penetration resistance, while possible access to the resistance level 135.42.
As EURUSD moved higher last week, EURJPY rallied very strongly and reached the February highs. Last week’s close was inside the weekly pivot candle from February this year, roughly the same area that was earlier defined by October 2014 pivot low. As reaction to previous pivot levels and today’s price action now proves this area has psychological significance. The nearest support and resistance levels are 131.30 and 136.85. The 50% Fibonacci level coincides roughly with the 131.30 support. This is quite far away from the current price and therefore suggests current levels are good for those looking for shorting opportunities. Earlier today EURUSD has been reacting lower from a resistance while JPY has been slightly stronger than its peers across the board. With EURJPY also trading lower from a resistance this should be a good time to be bearish on EUR and bullish on JPY.
On Friday EURJPY hit resistance just above 135.02 and turned lower. This resistance was created by a pivot candle from February 11th and now price is trading 0.49% below the close from Friday. Stochastics is overbought and about to roll over while the pair has been trading outside the Bollinger Bands and is now edging close to the upper 2 stdv band. A close below the band would be a further confirmation of bearish mood in EURJPY. The nearest daily support level is at 131.29 with the 50% Fibonacci level and 50 day SMA not that far behind at 130.75 and 130.32 respectively. Movements below 38.2% Fibonacci level at 131.81 should be monitored for momentum reversal signals.
EURJPY, 240 min
As the pair has moved lower the Stochastic Oscillator has declined to overbought levels. However price is now trading below 134.23, a level that used to be an intraday support and should now act as a resistance. Nearest intraday support level is at 132.46 where lower Bollinger Bands and an old channel high coincide. The next support area consists of April 6th pivotal resistance area between 130.40 and 131.29. Currently the 50 period SMA is also inside area.
The pair is overbought in higher timeframes and in resistance which indicates it’s time for it to correct lower. At the time of writing EUR is weak against all the major currencies while JPY is holding up against all the others but CAD. This combined with the technical weakness in EURJPY suggests that the trading opportunities in this pair are in the downside. EURUSD being weak at resistance is also supporting the bearish view. My target one in for short term trades is at 131.50 and target 2 at 130.40.
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EURJPY is currently moving up with the trending pattern up to the level of 129.296, the RSI indicator shows the market still have a strong upward trend, so the market is still expected will move up to level 129.655.
EUR/JPY holding the 133.00 handle-European markets
Yen is giving the Euro a chance to up for fresh highs with market sentiment tempered.
Wednesday has a offering for macro data, and markets are weighing their options.
The EUR/JPY is continuing to lift as the Yen is in calm Asia waters, testing 133.25.
The Euro has been advancing against the Yen in April after reaching a bottom of 128.95 in March.EUR/JPY went deeply bearish in February as traders piled into the Yen on market-wide fears of higher rates brought on by inflation and trade war rhetoric that ramped up for several months.
The EUR has managed to stage a healthy recovery against the JPY, and has scaled back over the 200-day SMA, though February's declines are still deeply priced in. Japan saw the month-on-month All Activity Index come in exactly at expectations, printing a 0.4% after the previous showing of -1.1%, but the Yen was little disturbed in its quiet Wednesday trading.