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EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.0836; (P) 1.0850; (R1) 1.0860; More…

No change in EUR/CHF’s outlook. Corrective fall from 1.0986 might extend. But downside downside should be contained by 1.0791/0872 support zone, probably around 55 day EMA (now at 1.0829). Rise from 1.0629 is expected to resume later. Above 1.0902 minor resistance will turn bias back to the upside for 1.0986/0999.

In the bigger picture, the price actions from 1.1198 are seen as a corrective move. Such correction could have completed after defending 38.2% retracement of 0.9771 to 1.1198 at 1.0653. Decisive break of 1.0999 resistance will target a test on 1.1198 high. For now, this will be the preferred case as long as 1.0791 support holds.

EUR/CHF Weekly Outlook

EUR/CHF stayed in range below 1.1736 last week and outlook is unchanged. Initial bias remains neutral this week. We maintained the view that EUR/CHF is close to topping, if not formed. This is supported by persistent bearish divergence condition in 4 hour MACD, and rising wedge like structure. On the downside, break of 1.1597 support will will be a strong sign of trend reversal and should turn outlook bearish for 38.2% retracement of 1.0629 to 1.1736 at 1.1313.

In the bigger picture, while a medium term top could be around the corner, there is no change in the larger outlook. That is, long term rise from SNB spike low back in 2015 is still in progress and would extend. As long as 1.1198 resistance turned support holds, we’ll hold on to this bullish view and expect another to prior SNB imposed floor at 1.2000. Though, we’ll reassess the outlook if 1.1198 is firmly taken out.

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EUR/CHF Weekly Outlook

EUR/CHF was still bounded in sideway trading between 1.0974/1059 last week. Outlook remains unchanged and initial bias remains neutral this week first. Price actions from 1.0811 are viewed as a consolidative pattern. Upside should be limited by 1.1062 cluster resistance (38.2% retracement of 1.1476 to 1.0811 at 1.1065). On the downside, break of 1.0974 minor support will turn bias to the downside for retesting 1.0811 low. However, sustained break of 1.1062/5 will carry larger bullish implication and bring stronger rise.

In the bigger picture, down trend from 1.2004 is (2018 high) is still in progress. More importantly, it’s likely a long term down trend itself, rather than a correction. Further fall should be seen to 1.0629 support and possibly below. On the upside, break of 1.1162 support turned resistance is needed to be the first sign of medium term bottoming. Otherwise, outlook will remain bearish in case of rebound.

EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.1481; (P) 1.1528; (R1) 1.1570; More….

The break of 1.1505 minor support argues that rebound from 1.1366 might be completed at 1.1656 already. Intraday bias is mildly on the downside for retesting 1.1366 first. Break there will resume the corrective fall from 1.2004. On the upside, though, above 1.1585 will likely extend the rebound from 1.1366 through 1.1656. But in that case, upside should be limited by 61.8% retracement of 1.2004 to 1.1366 at 1.1760.

In the bigger picture, current development suggests solid rejection by prior SNB imposed floor at 1.2000. Considering bearish divergence condition in daily and weekly MACD, 1.2004 should be a medium term top. And price action from 1.2004 is correcting the up trend from 1.0629. Such correction is expected to extend for a while and therefore, we’re not anticipating a break of 1.2004 in near term. Another decline cannot be ruled out yet. But in that case, strong support should be seen at 1.1198 (2016 high), 61.8% retracement of 1.0629 to 1.2004 at 1.1154 to contain downside.

EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.0510; (P) 1.0521; (R1) 1.0528; More

EUR/CHF is still bounded in consolidation from 1.0503. Intraday bias remains neutral first. In case of another rise, upside should be limited by 1.0653 resistance to bring down trend resumption. On the downside, firm break of 1.0503 will target 100% projection of 1.1476 to 1.0811 from 1.1059 at 1.0394.

In the bigger picture, down trend from 1.2004 is (2018 high) is still in progress for parity next. In any case, outlook will remain bearish as long as 1.0653 resistance holds. However, considering bullish convergence condition in daily MACD, firm break of 1.0653 resistance will indicate medium term bottoming. Stronger rebound would then be seen back to 1.0811/1059 resistance zone.

EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.1381; (P) 1.1416; (R1) 1.1472; More…

Intraday bias in EUR/CHF remains neural as consolidation from 1.1537 might extend. On the upside, break of 1.1477 resistance will argue that the consolidation from 1.1537 has completed and larger rise is resuming. Further break of 1.1537 will confirm and target 1.2 key resistance level next. On the downside, however, firm break of 38.2% retracement of 1.0830 to 1.1537 at 1.1267 will extend the correction to 61.8% retracement at 1.1100 before completion.

In the bigger picture, firm break of 1.1198 key resistance confirms resumption of the long term rise from SNB spike low back in 2015. In this case, EUR/CHF would eventually head back to prior SNB imposed floor at 1.2000. For now, this will be the favored case as long as 1.1087 resistance turned support holds.

EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.0997; (P) 1.1013; (R1) 1.1034; More….

EUR/CHF is staying in consolidation from 1.1149 and intraday bias remains neutral. In case of deeper fall, we’d continue to expect strong support from 1.0954 to bring rebound, and then rally resumption. On the upside, break of 1.1116 will argue that larger rise from 1.0504 is ready to resume through 1.1149 high.

In the bigger picture, whole down trend from 1.2004 (2018 high) should have completed at 1.0503. Rise from there is starting a medium term up trend. Next target is 61.8% retracement of 1.2004 to 1.0503 at 1.1431 and above. This will now remain the favored case as long as 1.0915 resistance turned support holds.

 

 

EUR/CHF Weekly Outlook

EUR/CHF edged higher to 1.1713 last week but dropped notably since then. The development argues that corrective rise from 1.1366 could have completed with three waves up to 1.1713 already. Further decline is expected this week as long as 1.1668 minor resistance holds, to 1.1478 support first. Break there will likely resume the whole corrective fall from 1.2004 through 1.1366 low. On the upside, above 1.1668 will bring another rise. But in the case, we’d continue to expect strong resistance from 61.8% retracement of 1.2004 to 1.1366 at 1.1760 to bring near term reversal.

In the bigger picture, 1.2004 is seen as a medium term top with bearish divergence condition in daily and weekly MACD. 1.2000 is also an important resistance level. Hence, the corrective pattern from 1.2004 is expected to extend for a while before completion. We’re not anticipating a break of 1.2004 in near term. Another decline cannot be ruled out yet. But in that case, strong support should be seen at 1.1198 (2016 high), 61.8% retracement of 1.0629 to 1.2004 at 1.1154 to contain downside.

EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.0771; (P) 1.0799; (R1) 1.0849; More….

EUR/CHF’s rebound from 1.0694 resumed after brief retreat and intraday bias is back on the upside for 1.0839 resistance. Sustained break there will turn near term outlook bullish for 1.0863/0985 resistance zone. On the downside, break of 1.0739 will turn bias back to the downside for 1.0694 low instead.

In the bigger picture, rebound from 1.0505 (2020 low) should have completed at 1.1149 already. The three-wave corrective structure argues that the downtrend from 1.2004 (2018 high) is not over yet. Medium term outlook will now stay bearish as long as 55 week EMA (now at 1.0859) holds. Break of 1.0505 low would be seen at a later stage.

EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.1308; (P) 1.1321; (R1) 1.1335; More…

Intraday bias in EUR/CHF remains neutral at this point and more consolidation could be seen. As long as 1.1310 support holds, further rally remains in favor. On the upside, break of 1.1444 will resume the rebound from 1.1181 and target 1.1501 key resistance next. On the downside, firm break of 1.1310 will indicate completion of the rebound. In that case, intraday bias will be turned back to the downside for 1.1181 low again .

In the bigger picture, price actions from 1.2004 medium term top is seen as a correction only. Downside should be contained by 1.1154/98 support zone to complete it and bring rebound. Decisive break of 1.1501 (38.2% retracement of 1.2004 to 1.1173 at 1.1490) will confirm completion of the correction. Further rise should be seen to 61.8% retracement at 1.1687 and above next.

 

EUR/CHF Weekly Outlook

EUR/CHF’s consolidation from 1.1537 extended with another fall last week. But so far it’s still holding on to 38.2% retracement of 1.0830 to 1.1537 at 1.1267. Initial bias remains neutral this week first. On the upside, break of 1.1477 resistance will argue that the consolidation from 1.1537 has completed and larger rise is resuming. However, firm break of 1.1267 will extend the correction to 61.8% retracement at 1.1100 before completion.

In the bigger picture, firm break of 1.1198 key resistance confirms resumption of the long term rise from SNB spike low back in 2015. In this case, EUR/CHF would eventually head back to prior SNB imposed floor at 1.2000. For now, this will be the favored case as long as 1.1087 resistance turned support holds.

EUR/CHF 4 Hours Chart

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EUR/CHF Weekly Outlook

EUR/CHF edged higher to 1.0823 last week but was rejected by 55 week EMA and dropped sharply. The rejection by the falling 55 week EMA mixed up near term outlook. Initial bias stays neutral this week first. On the upside, break of 1.0823 resistance will re-affirm the case of trend reversal. And intraday bias will be turned back tot he upside for 1.0897 resistance for confirmation. However, break of 1.0683 minor support will turn bias to the downside for 1.0620 key support level again.

In the bigger picture, the decline from 1.1198 is seen as a corrective move. Decisive break of 1.0897 resistance should confirm that it’s completed. And in that case, larger up trend is resuming for another high above 1.1198. Meanwhile, sustained trading below 38.2% retracement of 0.9771 to 1.1198 at 1.0653 will target 50% retracement at 1.0485.

EUR/CHF 4 Hours Chart

EUR/CHF Daily Chart

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EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.0846; (P) 1.0867; (R1) 1.0893; More…

Intraday bias in EUR/CHF is neutral for the moment. While the correction might extend lower, downside should be contained by 1.0791/0872 support zone to bring rebound. Break of 1.0908 resistance will argue that the correction is completed. In such case, intraday bias is turned back to the upside for retesting 1.0986/0999 resistance zone.

In the bigger picture, the price actions from 1.1198 are seen as a corrective move. Such correction could have completed after defending 38.2% retracement of 0.9771 to 1.1198 at 1.0653. Decisive break of 1.0999 resistance will target a test on 1.1198 high. For now, this will be the preferred case as long as 1.0791 support holds.

EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.1280; (P) 1.1309; (R1) 1.1360; More…

Intraday bias in EUR/CHF remains neutral at this point. We continue to favor the case that choppy decline from 1.1501 has completed at 1.1181 already. On the upside, decisive break of 1.1348 will confirm this bullish case and turn bias to the upside for retesting 1.1501 next. On the downside, in case of another fall, we’d expect strong support from 1.1154/98 support zone to contain downside to bring rebound.

In the bigger picture, price actions from 1.2004 medium term top is seen as a correction only. Downside should be contained by support zone of 1.1198 (2016 high) and 61.8% retracement of 1.0629 to 1.2004 at 1.1154 to complete it and bring rebound. A break of 1.2 key resistance is still expected in the medium term long term. However, sustained break of the mentioned support zone will mark reversal of the long term trend. In that case, 1.0629 key support will be back into focus.

EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.0735; (P) 1.0756; (R1) 1.0770; More

EUR/CHF’s fall is still in progress and intraday bias remains on the downside. Current down trend should target 61.8% projection of 1.1476 to 1.0811 from 1.1059 at 1.0648 next. On the upside, break of 1.0833 resistance is needed to indicate short term bottoming. Otherwise, outlook remains bearish in case of recovery.

In the bigger picture, down trend from 1.2004 is (2018 high) is still in progress. More importantly, it’s likely a long term down trend itself, rather than a correction. Further fall should be seen to 1.0629 support and possibly below. On the upside, break of 1.1059 resistance is needed to be the first sign of medium term bottoming. Otherwise, outlook will remain bearish in case of rebound.

EUR/CHF Weekly Outlook

EUR/CHF’s choppy decline continued last week an hit 1.1181 but quickly recovered. Initial bias is neutral this wee first. Outlook is unchanged that we expect strong support from 1.1154/98 support zone to contain downside to bring reversal. On the upside, above 1.1348 resistance will turn bias to the upside for retesting 1.1501 resistance first. However, Sustained break of 1.1154/98 will carry larger bearish implications and extend the whole decline from 1.2004 high.

In the bigger picture, price actions from 1.2004 medium term top is seen as a correction only. Downside should be contained by support zone of 1.1198 (2016 high) and 61.8% retracement of 1.0629 to 1.2004 at 1.1154 to complete it and bring rebound. A break of 1.2 key resistance is still expected in the medium term long term. However, sustained break of the mentioned support zone will mark reversal of the long term trend. In that case, 1.0629 key support will be back into focus.

EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.1058; (P) 1.1107; (R1) 1.1141; More…

Intraday bias in EUR/CHF remains neutral as it’s staying in range above 1.1056. More sideway trading could be seen. In case of another recovery, upside should be limited below 1.1264 resistance to bring fall resumption. On the downside, break of 1.1056 will extend the larger down trend for 61.8% projection of 1.2004 to 1.1173 from 1.1476 at 1.0962 next.

In the bigger picture, current development firstly suggests that down trend from 1.2004 is still in progress. More importantly, it’s likely a long term down trend itself, rather than a correction. Outlook will remain bearish as long as 1.1476 resistance holds. EUR/CHF could target 1.0629 support and below.

EUR/CHF Mid-Day Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.1174; (P) 1.1209; (R1) 1.1236; More…

EUR/CHF rebounds strongly today but it’s kept below 1.1319 minor resistance. Intraday bias is turned neutral first. Outlook is unchanged that strong support is expected from 1.1154/98 to bring rebound. On the upside, break of 1.1319 resistance will indicate short term bottoming. In such case, intraday bias will be turned back to the upside for 1.1452 resistance next. Break of 1.1452 will add to the case that whole correction from 1.2004 is completed. On the downside, however, sustained break of 1.1154/98 will carry larger bearish implications.

In the bigger picture, for now, the price actions from 1.2004 medium term top is seen as a correction only. Downside should be contained by support zone of 1.1198 (2016 high) and 61.8% retracement of 1.0629 to 1.2004 at 1.1154 to complete it and bring rebound. This cluster level is in proximity to long term channel support (now at 1.1196) too. A break of 1.2 key resistance is still expected in the medium to long term. However, sustained break of the mentioned support zone will mark reversal of the long term trend. In that case, 1.0629 key support will be back into focus.

EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.0730; (P) 1.0759; (R1) 1.0778; More

EUR/CHF is staying in consolidation from 1.0838 with no clear sign of breakout yet. Intraday bias remains neutral and with 1.0712 support intact, further rise is expected. On the upside, above 1.0838 will target 1.0915 resistance first. Break there will resume whole rally from 1.0503. On the downside, break of 1.0712 support will dampen our bullish view. Intraday bias will be turned back to the downside for 1.0602, to extend the corrective pattern from 1.0915 instead.

In the bigger picture, as long as 1.1059 cluster resistance (38.2% retracement of 1.2004 to 1.0503 at 1.1076) holds, price actions from 1.0503 are seen as a consolidation pattern. That is, down trend from 1.2004 (2018 high) would still extend through 1.0503 low at a later stage. However, sustained break of 1.1059/76 will argue that rise from 1.0503 is starting a new up trend and would target 61.8% retracement at 1.1431 and above.

EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.0944; (P) 1.0973; (R1) 1.0991; More….

No change in EUR/CHF’s outlook and intraday bias remains neutral for the moment. As long as 1.0915 cluster support (38.2% retracement 1.0505 to 1.1149 at 1.0903) holds, we’d still treat the price actions from 1.1149 as a correction. Break of 1.1026 resistance would argue that larger up trend is resuming. However, sustained break of 1.0903/15 will suggest bearish reversal, or at least bring deeper fall to next cluster support zone at 1.0737 support zone (61.8% retracement at 1.0751).

In the bigger picture, whole down trend from 2004 (2018 high) should have completed at 1.0503. Rise from there is starting a medium term up trend. Next target is 61.8% retracement of 1.2004 to 1.0503 at 1.1431 and above. This will now remain the favored case as long as 1.0915 resistance turned support holds. However, sustained break of 1.0915 will argue that rise from 1.0503 might be completed, and bring deeper fall to 1.0737 support next.