Analysis of the Currency 22 February 2012

EUR / USD

The value of this exchange ratio continues its sideways movement, for this meeting as we might think of opening a long position if the price were to rise up to break the rising value of 1.3290, by fixing the first lens portion and the second 1.3310 aim at an altitude of 1.3330. Should the price instead of breaking the downward share price fixed at 1.3190, then we could open a position in sales with the first goal at an altitude of 1.3180 and 1.3160 ​​share for the second goal.

EUR / GBP

For the day today we could open a new long position if the price were to break up the share of 0.8420, with the first target at an altitude of 0.8440 and 0.8460 share for the second goal. If the price were to break the downward portion of 0.8360, then we could open a new short position with the first goal with a second goal and share 0.8350 0.8340 share.

USD / JPY

Exceeded the level set at 80, even today, this exchange ratio could be higher. We could open a new location if the purchase price should break the rising share of 80.20, placing the first goal at a height of 80.30 and 80.40 seconds at an altitude goal. If the price were to return to fall below an altitude of 79.80, then we could open a new position as the first sale fixing the quota target 79.70 and 79.70 as the second target share.

GBP / USD

Big drop in the exchange ratio for this thus far, for the trading day today we might consider opening a new location in the purchase if the price were to break the rising share of 1.5860, with the first goal to share and 1.5870 the second target at an altitude of 1.5880. If the price falls to the bottom to break up the value of 1.5750, then we could open a new short position with the first goal at a height of 1.5740 and 1.5730 share for the second goal.

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