During yesterday’s trading session NZD/USD traded within the range of 0.8451-0.8476 and closed at 0.8455, losing 0.11% on a daily basis.
At 7:55 GMT today NZD/USD was losing 0.42% for the day to trade at 0.8422. The pair touched a daily low at 0.8409 at 6:10 GMT (the pairs weakest since June 4th), breaching all three key daily support levels and the first key weekly support.
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According to Binary Tribune’s daily analysis, the central pivot point for the pair is at 0.8461. In case NZD/USD manages to breach the first resistance level at 0.8470, it will probably continue up to test 0.8486. In case the second key resistance is broken, the pair will probably attempt to advance to 0.8495.
If NZD/USD manages to breach the first key support at 0.8445, it will probably continue to slide and test 0.8436. With this second key support broken, the movement to the downside will probably continue to 0.8420.
In weekly terms, the central pivot point is at 0.8472. The three key resistance levels are as follows: R1 – 0.8521, R2 – 0.8579, R3 – 0.8628. The three key support levels are: S1 – 0.8414, S2 – 0.8365, S3 – 0.8307.