- July 15, 2020
- Posted by: Analysis Team
- Category: Forex News
- USD/INR extends weakness from 75.57, snaps four-day winning streak.
- 11-week-old horizontal support grabs bears’ immediate attention, bulls will have a bumpy road ahead.
- Normal RSI suggests the pullback to fade momentum once reaching the nearby support.
USD/INR drops to 75.28, down 0.05% on a day, ahead of the European session on Wednesday. In doing so, the pair steps back from the highest since July 01 while respecting 50-day SMA as the key resistance.
Considering the pair’s repeated failures to cross the key SMA since June 23, the quote is likely to revisit multi-day-old horizontal support near 75.00. Though, its further downside could be challenged by RSI and MACD conditions.
If at all the quote remains weak past-75.00, the monthly bottom near 74.52 and a late-March low of 74.40 could challenge the sellers ahead of highlighting 74.00 on their radars.
Meanwhile, the pair’s successful break above 50-day SMA level of 75.55 will have to clear 75.80 resistance to aim for the May-end peak near 76.10.
Even so, the bulls won’t have a proper grip over the USD/INR pair as a falling trend line from April 06, at 76.19 now, stands tall to challenge the further upside.
USD/INR daily chart
Trend: Pullback expected