Forex Technical Analysis 07.02.2013 (EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, AUD/USD, GOLD)

07.02.2013

Analysis for February 7th, 2013

EUR/USD

The EU/USD currency pair continues consolidating near the level of 1.3520. I think today the price may leave this trading range upwards and start a correction towards the level of 1.3330. However, the structure of the first descending impulse implies that the price may move upwards a little bit to reach the level of 1.3660 and only after that start a new descending movement.



GBP/USD

The GBP/USD currency pair continues consolidating near its minimums. I think today the pair may form any type of reversal pattern to start growing up and break the latest descending channel.



USD/CHF

The USD/CHF currency pair formed the second ascending impulse. I think today the price may start a consolidation to break the level of 0.9100 and then continue growing up towards the target at 0.9175.



USD/JPY

The USD/JPY currency pair continues moving upwards. I think today the price may consolidate for a while at the current levels and then continue growing up towards the target at 94.65.



AUD/USD

Australian Dollar is still consolidating near its minimums. I think today the pair may grow up towards the target at 1.0400.



GOLD

Gold continues moving near triangle’s upper border. I think today the instrument may fall down towards the lower border and even reach the level of 1650. Later, in my opinion, the price may start forming a new ascending wave towards the target at 1707.



 
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