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Last week NZD/USD made a significant thrust to the downside. The pair went below the 200-day MA that is now providing resistance in the 0.6730 area. The weekly pivot point is located at 0.6710 and the picture will remain bearish as long as NZD/USD is trading below this level. It looks like the pair is finally breaking the previous range between 0.67 and 0.6950 to the downside. That’s why we favor sell trades.
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