USDCHF Trades Lower, EURGBP - EUR Weakened A Bit, US 100 Looks To Hold Its Normal Level

USDCHF Trades Lower, EURGBP - EUR Weakened A Bit, US 100 Looks To Hold Its Normal Level

USDCHF struggles for support

Intraday Market Analysis – CHF Gains Momentum - 1

The Swiss franc rallies as new sanctions against Russia trigger a flight to safety.

The pair has met stiff resistance in the supply area (0.9290). Then a drop below 0.9220 and 0.9170 suggests that sentiment remains cautious and buyers are hesitant. 0.9150 is a key level to safeguard the greenback’s latest bounce.

A bearish breakout could send the pair to the daily support at 0.9110. An oversold RSI may attract some buying interest. The bulls need to reclaim 0.9230 before they could hope for a turnaround.

EURGBP attempts to rebound

Intraday Market Analysis – CHF Gains Momentum - 2

The euro struggles amid escalation in Western sanctions.

A bullish attempt above 0.8400 indicates an upward bias as sellers cover their positions. 0.8310 has been solid support. And the market mood may become increasingly upbeat if buyers succeed in holding above this level.

An extended rally may send the single currency to the daily resistance at 0.8475, where a breakout may cause a bullish reversal in the weeks to come. On the downside, a fall below the said demand zone may send the euro to 0.8260.

US 100 to test key resistance

Intraday Market Analysis – CHF Gains Momentum - 3

The Nasdaq 100 bounces as Russia and Ukraine meet for peace talks.

The index saw bids near last May’s lows (13050), an important floor to prevent further bleeding. A rebound above 14050 has prompted some sellers to take profit, easing the downward pressure for the moment.

Price action is heading to the next resistance at 14500 which sits on the 30-day moving average, and high volume could be expected in this area of interest. A bullish breakout could boost sentiment in the short term and extend gains to 15280.

Jing Ren

Jing Ren

Jing-Ren has extensive experience in currency and commodities trading. He began his career in metal sales and trading at Societe Generale in London. Later on he worked as a senior analyst within the FX brokerage industry where he developed strategies in trading and risk management. With solid understanding of market dynamics he founded Wensfer to offer research and asset management services.