Currency Analysis of February 6, 2012

EUR / USD

Top critic for the euro, with the failure of Greece closer. For the day today we might consider opening a long position if the price were to break the rising share of 1.3125, with the first objective the achievement of the share of 1.3140 and the second goal to achieve the share of 1.3150. If the price were to fall even below the level of 1.3050, then we could open a short position with the first goal at a height of 1.3030 and 1.3020 share for the second goal.

EUR / GBP

From our graphs show that for today’s session might be possible to open a new location in the purchase of quota 0.8310 breakout to the upside, first setting a target share of 0.8330 and the second goal as the proportion of 0.8350. If the price were to break the downward portion of 0.8280, then we could open a short position with the first goal at a height of 0.8260 and 0.8250 share of the second goal.

USD / JPY

From our graphs show that, relative to today’s session, we could open a new long position if the price of this exchange ratio exceeds the rising share of 76.80, setting a first target share of 76.90 and the second goal as the share of 77.00. If the price were to break the downward portion of 76.45, then we could open a new short position with the first goal at a height of 76.30 and 76.20 seconds at an altitude goal.

GBP / USD

Going to look at our charts it seems that, with regard to this exchange ratio for the day today Today we open a long position at break of 1.5820, setting a first target 1.5840 share and the share as a second target 1.5850. If the price of this exchange ratio exceeds downward the price of 1.5750, then we could open a new short position with the first goal at a height of 1.5730 and 1.5710 share for the second goal.

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