NZDUSD bounces off 4-year low to regain 0.74 handle

February 4, 2015

NZDUSD jumped more than 2 cents against the US dollar after hitting a 4-year low of 0.7175 on February 3.  The pair managed to regain the 0.74 handle and is currently capped by resistance at 0.7450.

A break below the 4 year low of 0.7175 would target the next psychological level of 0.7000.

The long term bias is bearish, as prices have been steadily declining in a channel from the July 2014 peak of 0.8835. As long as the market remains below the Ichimoku cloud the outlook is bearish. The RSI is in bearish territory below 50 but is currently pointing north as the pair corrected higher. Meanwhile, 0.7800 is a key level so a move above this would weaken the downside bias.

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