Forex Technical Analysis 10.07.2013 (EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, AUD/USD, GOLD)

10.07.2013

Analysis for July 10th, 2013

EUR/USD

After reaching new minimums, Euro is trying to start a new correction with the target at 1.300. Later, in our opinion, the pair may form another descending structure to reach the level of 1.2700.



GBP/USD

Pound reached new minimums and right now is starting an ascending correction to return to the level of 1.5200. Later, in our opinion, the pair may form another descending structure to reach the target at 1.4800.



USD/CHF

Franc reached new maximums and started forming a reversal structure for a new correction. The target of the correction is at 0.9470. Later, in our opinion, the pair may form another ascending structure to reach the level of 0.9800.



USD/JPY

The USD/JPY currency pair couldn’t reach the level of 101.76. We think, today the price may start a correction to return to the level of 97.70 and then form a new ascending structure towards the level of 101.75.



AUD/USD

Australian Dollar is being corrected towards the level of 0.9235. We think, today the price may continue moving downwards to reach the target at 0.8900 and then return to the level of 0.9000. Later, in our opinion, the pair may start falling down again towards the level of 0.8800.



GOLD

Gold continues moving inside an ascending structure with the target at 1270. We think, today the price may reach the target and then start forming a new descending structure to reach the level of 1150.



 
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