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EUR/NZD: short-term idea
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EUR/NZD is consolidating within a symmetric triangle around 1.7400. The initial attempt of the pair to break above the resistance line connecting September and October highs wasn’t successful and a candlestick with a long upper wick appeared on the H4. Only the advance above 1.7510 can open the way up to 1.7550 (early October highs). On H1, there was an inside bar pattern followed by a bearish candlestick, so we suspect that the pair will turn down to visit at least the middle of the triangle. We picked support at 1.7460 as a trigger for sell orders with a target around 1.7435 (100-MA on the H4).
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