5th December, 2011 – Daily Forex Report by GFM Research

On Friday the Dollar Index traded weak for most part of the European session but mild weakness in the benchmark equity index of Dow Jones resulted in the Greenback surge. Major trend is range bound between 73.40 and 81.20 where as the medium trend is bullish till 77.50 ranges are holding, though 81.20 ranges would act as formidable resistance. Historic congestion is seen in the ranges of 79.50-80.70-81.20.

The benchmark equity index of the Dow Jones Industrials resumed rally; 12340 ranges post immediate resistance, weekly close beyond 12400 would establish major bull trend. Historic correlation between DX Vs DJIA is signifying USD is still bearish in the long-term, though 81.20 if given away on weekly closing basis would post long-term bottom in the USD.

NYMEX January Crude is currently trading at $101.50. Bull trend to resume only on daily closing above $102.40.


FX Pair      Support 2         Support 1         Resistance 1          Resistance 2

EURUSD         1.3355               1.3390                1.3470                  1.3500
USDJPY           77.00                 77.40                  78.20                    78.50
GBPUSD         1.5525               1.5590                 1.5640                 1.5710
USDCHF         0.9150               0.9180                 0.9250                  0.9340
EURJPY          104.00               104.30                 105.00                  105.30
AUDUSD         1.0080               1.0130                 1.0330                  1.0405

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