Analysis of the Currency April 18, 2012

EUR / USD

Constant rate and lateral to the exchange ratio for the day today might be able to open a long position if the exchange ratio would exceed the amount of 1.3180 to the upside, by fixing the first lens portion and the second lens 1.3200 1.3220 share . If the price of the exchange ratio should break the downward 1.3090, then we could open a position in sales with the first target 1.3070 and 1.3050 with the second goal.

EUR / GBP

For the session today for this cross currency could open a position in the purchase in the case in which the value of the exchange ratio should break upward 0.8270, placing our first objective to achieve share 0.8260 and the second objective to achieve share 0.8240. If the price were to break downward the value of 0.8215, we could open a short position by fixing the first lens portion and the second objective 0.8210 0.8200 share.

USD / JPY

For the session today, after the great ascent of yesterday, we could open a new long position in the case in which the value of the exchange ratio exceeds upward the proportion of 81.50, setting the first target value of 81.70 and the second objective to the achievement of 81.80. If the price were to fall downward instead of the value of 80.80, then this could open a short position by placing first goal as a share of 80.60 and 80.50 second objective part.

GBP / USD

For today’s session for this exchange ratio could open a new long position if the value of the exchange ratio would exceed the upward value of 1.5950, by fixing the first lens portion and the second lens 1.5970 1.5970 share. If the price were to break the downward portion of 1.5850, then we could open a position in sales by fixing the first goal at an altitude of 1.5830 and 1.5810 share of the second goal.

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