• NZD/USD remains pressured around intraday low, prints daily losses for the first time in four.
  • Sustained break of 21-DMA, bullish MACD favor buyers to approach a wall of resistance.

NZD/USD refreshes intraday low to 0.6811, down 0.28% on a day, to become the biggest G10 loser on a sluggish Friday morning. In doing so, the Kiwi pair snaps a three-day uptrend to ease from the highest level in three weeks.

Although the 0.6800 threshold becomes imminent support to watch during the latest easing, the 21-DMA level of 0.6785 will restrict the pair’s further downside.

In a case where the quote drops below 0.6785, the 0.6740 level may act as a buffer before dragging the quote towards the yearly low surrounding 0.6700.

On the flip side, sustained trading beyond 21-DMA enables NZD/USD buyers to attack a horizontal area comprising multiple levels marked since September, around 0.6855-60.

While the quote’s advances past 0.6860 seem difficult, a successful run won’t hesitate to challenge the 100-DMA level of 0.6985.

To sum up, NZD/USD prices are likely to witness further correction further the bulls aren’t out of the woods.

NZD/USD: Daily chart

Trend: Further consolidation of recent gains expected

This article was originally published by Fxstreet.com.Read the original article here.

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