U.S Dollar Strengthens
Euro for new weekly low
Sterling pound at few months low
Gold loses to selling bets
The Euro fell 0.4% to $1.0720, getting below the two-year low of $1.0758 hit last week. A look at the EURUSD daily chart shows a continuation of the bearish trend. likewise, the hourly chart supports the bearish price action, with the price currently trading at 1.0720, below the 20-candle moving average. Both the RSI and the MACD signal that the price will continue to fall.
PIVOT POINT: 1.0770
Sterling Pounds (GBPUSD)
The cable fell 0.4% against the greenback below $1.2775, the lowest since September 2020. The daily time frame shows a plain bearish trend that was too sharp during the last two trading sessions.
Price is trading below the 20-period moving average on the hourly time frame, indicating a continuation of the negative trend. The RSI shows that the GBPUSD is oversold, while the MACD indicates that the price may pull back before continuing to the lower.
PIVOT POINT: 1.2800
Ethereum’s daily chart shows that the price started building slight support around 2,893 which might slow down the downward trend. The hourly chart shows a continuation of the bearish trend and reveals how weak the support built on the daily chart. Furthermore, the technical indicators RSI and MACD imply a bearish price continuance.
PIVOT POINT: 2,820
WTI Crude (USOUSD)
WTI is testing the support of $97 for the third time since it broke above it on March 1st. Crude oil prices are affected by the supply and demand worries more than trading behavior. However, if the price broker below $97 it is likely to fall towards $93 a barrel. Nevertheless, the hourly chart shows a continuation of the bearish trend, as the price has broken below the prior low and is trading below the 20-period moving average. Technical indicators also show that the trend will be confirmed after the break below or bounce from the $97 a barrel.
PIVOT POINT: 97.80
Spot Gold (XAUUSD)
Spot gold was down 0.8% below $1,916.41 per ounce, hitting its lowest since March 29 at $1,914.58. Gold fell under selling pressure to be traded below the support level of $1,920 and turning it into resistance.
Similarly, the price is in a negative trend on the hourly time frame and trading below the 20-period moving average. Furthermore, the RSI and MACD on the hourly time signal a continuation towards $1,890.
PIVOT POINT: 1,915