This two are similar in their movement. Aussie maybe slightly stronger.
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-Price can break any low/High because anything can happen.
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The New Zealand dollar index is in a downtrend since January 2013 in order to say an increase, point 75 must be broken and a weekly closing above this resistance. As for the downward view, it is prevalent on this indicator. we are waiting for a break of the downtrend and reaching 68 points and making a false break with the August 17 interval and selling from this...
I think if the price break the 65.3 level it may continue in his way to around 66.4 and 67.4
if he doesn't break it he will go down to around the 63.1 level especially RSI indicate to the buying saturation which means it will go down soon
ALSO, THERE ARE NOT IMPORTANT NEWS ON NZD THIS WEEK
As we see, NZD Currency Index (ZXY) is at its Resistance or SBR (Support Becomes Resistance). Though there is no confirmation to what does the NZD Currency Index going, prepare yourself as it is a WEEKLY SBR.
ZXY more Bearish than it's sister AXY, yet still in Neutral overall.
Price Action truncating hard Week of the 11th as Non-Commercials dump the Kiwi HARD.
ZXY will move to test the bottom of the Daily Chop Block @ 58.5 and potentially give us a new long-term direction.
Wait for test and break.
A 30% difference in...