11th July, 2011 – Daily Forex Report by GFM Research

The US Dollar Index on the event of profit taking in the key equity index of the Dow Jones Industrials (DJIA). The US Dollar has traded mixed wherein it has appreciated against the Euro and the Aussie Dollar whereas it has depreciated against the Japanese Yen, the Swiss Franc and the Cable.
Key equity index, Dow Jones Industrials (DJIA) finds support again in the ranges of 11900 to gain smartly beyond 12200 to currently trade beyond 12600 ranges. Immediate resistance is seen in the zone of 12700-12800 which is historical congestion zone; consistently trading above 12400 reinitiate long-term rally in DJIA. Historic correlation between DJIA Vs DX suggests the major trend is still bearish in the Dollar Index though short covering can be expected, especially against the Swiss Franc.
NYMEX August Crude closes firm above important resistance of $95.80 but trading weak at $96.00, consistently trading above $94.50 would post long-term bottom; $99.00-$100.000 is expected to act as immediate barrier though.

FX Pair      Support 2       Support 1        Resistance 1         Resistance 2

EURUSD        1.4010            1.4130              1.4265                     1.4315
USDJPY          80.00              80.50               80.90                       81.20
GBPUSD        1.5870            1.5930              1.6040                     1.6100
USDCHF        0.8280            0.8340              0.8480                     0.8520
EURJPY        113.50            114.00              115.70                      116.50
AUDUSD       1.0630            1.0660              1.0718                      1.0770

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