Forecast for USD/JPY on July 12, 2021


Last Friday, the USD/JPY pair correctively rose after it reached the target level. This rise was preceded by a five-day decline. On the daily chart, the Marlin oscillator has slowed down and is ready to resume falling in case the price weakens.


The dollar, of course, still has room for growth. The main resistance on the daily chart is the embedded price channel line and the MACD indicator line (110.70). A reversal into a new wave of decline may occur before these lines are reached.


On the four-hour scale chart, the first resistance and the target of the correction is the nearest local extremum at 110.40. Above it is the MACD line, and in approximately the same area where it is located on the daily scale - 110.70. This circumstance also indicates the correction limit. Rising above the level, and settling above it, breaks the main scenario of a medium-term decline.

Moving below the target level of 109.80 (high on May 13) will trigger a move towards the target level of 109.20 (low on June 8).

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