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USD/ZAR: correction has started
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It looks like USD/ZAR has overdone its increase in the short-term. The currency pair formed a bearish candlestick with a long upper wick on D1. It tested levels beyond the third weekly pivot resistance level but failed to stay there. As a result, we see a pullback to the downside. The first target for the decline is at 14.5215. The buying interest may re-emerge in this area.
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