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Windsor Brokers - Short Term Technical Analysis for Majors (07:00 GMT)

EUR/USD

The single currency remains in a near-term consolidative mode, following repeated failure at 1.3477 that keeps key 1.3500 zone intact for now. With the lower boundary of near-term range and 55 day EMA, coming under pressure, further easing is seen likely, as hourly studies are negatively aligned. From the other side, positive tone on 4h chart, keeps the upside in focus, with possible extension into 1.3400/1.3370, Fib 38.2% / 50% of 1.3264/1.3477, seen preceding fresh rally. Only slide below 1.3300, psychological support at Fib 38.2% of larger 1.2996/1.3477, would be harmful for near-term bulls.
   
Res: 1.3459, 1.3477, 1.3485, 1.3490
Sup: 1.3425, 1.3400, 1.3370, 1.3345

http://mediaserver.fxstreet.com/Reports/325f5b3f-7a7d-4768-8193-afec3573778f/eurusd_20130129081716.gif




GBP/USD

Cable maintains negative near-term tone, with steady descent from 02 Jan’s peak at 1.6380, losing another support at 1.5700. Yesterday’s close below the latter, suggests further easing towards next targets at 1.5634 and 1.5600. Corrective bounce on oversold hourly conditions faces good resistance at 1.5745, previous low and 50% of 1.5825/1.5673 downleg, with 1.5800 zone expected to cap recovery attempts, as 4h studies remain in red. However, appearance of bullish divergence on 4h chart RSI and MACD, cannot rule out stronger rally that requires break above 1.5800/25 to confirm near-term base and put immediate bears on hold.

Res: 1.5745, 1.5784, 1.5800, 1.5823
Sup: 1.5673, 1.5660, 1.5634, 1.5600


http://mediaserver.fxstreet.com/Reports/325f5b3f-7a7d-4768-8193-afec3573778f/gbpusd_20130129081654.gif




USD/JPY

Hourly structure is neutral, as the pair moves within 90.40/91.00 range, following repeated failure at 91.00 yesterday. More downside risk is seen on 4h chart studies that are in descending mode, from overbought zone, with immediate risk seen on a break below 90.40/23, overnight’s low / 20 day EMA / previous high, as well as psychological 90.00 level, loss of which would trigger stronger corrective action. Conversely, regain of 91.00 would open 91.24 and possible resumption of larger uptrend.

Res: 91.00, 91.08, 91.24, 91.50
Sup: 90.58, 90.40, 90.23, 90.00

http://mediaserver.fxstreet.com/Reports/325f5b3f-7a7d-4768-8193-afec3573778f/usdjpy_20130129081636.gif




USD/CHF

Near-term bears remain in play, as the price slides after yesterday’s recovery failure on approach to psychological 0.9300 barrier, on recovery attempt from 0.9220, last Friday’s fresh low. With 61.8% of 0.9220/91 rally being retraced so far, immediate focus comes at 0.9220/00 support zone, loss of which to signal further retracement of the larger 0.9109/0.9387 rally that so far reversed 61.8%. Negative 1 and 4h chart studies support the notion and only sustained break above 0.9300 barrier, reinforced by daily Ichimoku cloud top, would ease immediate bear-pressure.
   
Res: 0.9266, 0.9291, 0.9300, 0.9323
Sup: 0.9245, 0.9220, 0.9200, 0.9175

http://mediaserver.fxstreet.com/Reports/325f5b3f-7a7d-4768-8193-afec3573778f/usdchf_20130129081616.gif




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