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NZD/USD is targeting lower levels
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NZD/USD has met the resistance of the 200-day MA earlier this week (0.6500) and closed below the 100-day MA (0.6460) on Thursday. The pair resumed the downtrend as it got to the lowest levels since the start of December. The odds are that the price will be drawn to lower levels in the 0.6415/00 area (61.8% Fibonacci retracement of the October-December advance). Technical picture will improve only if NZD/USD returns above 0.6500. The medium-term target may be at 0.6320 (78.6% Fibo).
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