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mart.j     posted : 14/02/10   01:53 pm


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pinkblue     posted : 30/03/10   03:42 pm


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2010-03-30 - 11:30:46
=CHARTING EUROPE: EUR/JPY Set For Upside Break To 130.00
By Francis Bray, CFTe MSTA
A DOW JONES NEWSWIRES COLUMN
LONDON (Dow Jones)--Prospects for the EUR/JPY are set to take a turn for the better, as a basing pattern close to completion suggests a recovery to 130.00 and the 131.00 area is a distinct possibility.
After being in a sharp downtrend in January and early February, the euro has found support which has produced an inverse head-and-shoulders pattern, and the neckline at 125.47 is set to come under renewed bull pressure.
Although not a text-book inverse head-and-shoulders pattern with the upward sloping neckline, the effect of an upside break through 125.47 would be the same; a significant trend reversal which promotes scope for a recovery to 130.25 and 131.00. For details, see the daily EUR/JPY chart.
http://www.dowjoneswebservices.com/chart/view/3731
The 130.25 target is derived from a 1.618 Fibonacci extension target of the 119.66/125.36 advance, projected off the Mar. 22 higher low at 121.05.
A key long-term moving average also lies above 130.00 which has historically proved an efficient cap for corrective recoveries that have rallied too far in a dominant downtrend.
Also, 130.00 is a psychological barrier which increases the weight of resistance in that area, creating a resistance cluster.
The fact that the inverse head-and-shoulders measured target at 131.00 lies above this cluster should cause concern to longer-term bulls that 131.00 may not be met. It suggests the dominant longer-term bear trend is not going to be reversed, just undergoing a bear market rally.
Failure to break through the neckline in the coming sessions will reduce the effect of this pattern, and prompt a return to the 121.05 higher low.
The EUR/JPY was at 124.71 at 1030 GMT.
(Francis Bray is Dow Jones' chief technical analyst for Europe, and has worked as a technical analyst and trader for 20 years in London, Barcelona and Guernsey. He can be reached at +44 (0)20 7842 9249; or by
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Elodie     posted : 31/05/11   02:10 pm


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CHARTING EUROPE: EUR/JPY Rally Extends, Threatens 120.00 -- Euro extends recovery versus Japanese yen

-- Short-term uptrend eyes 118.36 and 120.00

-- Long-term trend still negative for the euro

By Francis Bray, CFTe MSTA

A DOW JONES NEWSWIRES COLUMN

LONDON (Dow Jones)--The EUR/JPY cross has established its short-term uptrend again, and this brings the 120.00 level back within striking distance.

The single currency gained almost 2% against the Japanese yen earlier in Tuesday's session, although this has been mainly due to yen weakness rather than euro strength.

The platform for this recovery began on May 16, where the origin of this two-week recovery off 113.40 can be traced.

The 113.40 reaction low marked a retracement of three-fifths of the prior 106.50/123.33 rally, and the May 19 high at 117.25 has now been exceeded.

A bull signal will be given on a daily close above 117.25, clearing the path for a powerful EUR rally to the 120.00 area. For details, see the EUR/JPY daily chart below.

http://www.dowjoneswebservices.com/chart/view/5557

Resistance at 118.00 is providing a temporary cap, this being the projected resistance line off the two-week bull channel.

However, a break through 118.00 is expected as the pace of the two-week bull wave is looking to increase, demonstrated by the daily slow stochastic indicator on the chart above.

A break above 118.00 would also prompt a third wave extension beyond the equality target, initially opening the 50% Fibonacci retracement level of the 123.33 to 113.40 A-B-C corrective decline, at 118.36.

But 118.36 would only represent a wave extension rate of 1.175, whereas the swiftness of the two-day 117.25 to 113.86 downside correction, in contrast to the more solid 113.40 to 117.25 rally, suggests a 1.618 Fibonacci extension should be expected.

Therefore, a break through 118.36 is favored, opening 119.54 and the 1.618 extension target just above 120.00.

Only a reversal below 115.20 would question the validity of Tuesday's rally, exposing 114.41 and the 113.40 reaction low

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