The Current Scenario In The US Dollar To Japanese Yen Pair (USD/JPY)

The USD/JPY Pair Tends To Keep The Trend In A Sideways Direction

USD/JPY:

The chart shows the movement of USD/JPY in the 30-minute (M30) chart.

The current scenario in which the inclined solid line is approaching the resistance level of £145.81 and could possible intersect with it forms a divergence area where three movements could develop.

First is a rise towards £145.81, then a reversal to £144.92.

Second is moving to the support level of £145.81, a breakdown, then a rush towards £147.30. Lastly is a rebound towards £144.92 without reaching £145.81.

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The USD/JPY Pair Tends To Keep The Trend In A Sideways Direction

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