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AUDUSD – Slope break

Currently we are @ 0.7836 in a 5th wave IF we break the slope support. We are looking to continue initially to the 0.618 Fibo Support @ 0.7789 and then to the S5 support @ 0.7727. We could get to ...

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AUDUSD Daily Analysis – Tuesday, Oct. 17

AUDUSD stays above a bullish trend line on the 4-hour chart and remains in the uptrend from 0.7732. As long as the price is above the trend line, the fall from 0.7897 could be treated as consolidation of the uptrend. ...

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AUD/USD long term technical analysis October 2017

The bull looks convincing in September after AUD/USD secure level above 0.8000 and continues stay above it. However, the market decides AUD/USD overprice and started normalization. The pair finishes September at 0.7823 and suggesting possible selling in … Read Full ...

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Elliott Wave View: AUDUSD Short Term

AUDUSD Short term Elliott Wave analysis suggests decline to 0.7731 ended Primary wave ((W)) on 10/6 low. Bounce in Primary wave ((X)) is proposed to be unfolding as a double three Elliott Wave structure. Intermediate wave (W) of ((X)) ended ...

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AUDUSD Short Term Elliott Wave Analysis

AUDUSD Short term Elliott Wave analysis suggests decline to 0.7731 ended Primary wave ((W)) on 10/6 low. Bounce in Primary wave ((X)) is proposed to be unfolding as a double three Elliott Wave structure. Intermediate wave (W) of ((X)) ended ...

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AUD/USD falls gives back the gains from US CPI

The Australian dollar should be getting a lift today from surging copper prices but it’s a quarter-cent lower on the day. That erases most of the gains from Friday, when a disappointing CPI report send the US dollar lower, boosting ...

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Australia New Motor Vehicles Sales

Total Vehicle Sales in Australia increased to 99564 in August from 99527 in July of 2017. Total Vehicle Sales in Australia averaged 77352.12 from 1994 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 101977 in June of 2017 and a ...

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