EUR/JPY Analysis: Bears Make Their Presence Known, but Long-Term Bullish Trend Holds Strong

The current EUR/JPY trading scenario shows a subtle mix of bullish and bearish signals, indicating a delicate balance in market sentiment.

On the daily chart, there’s a hint of bullish momentum, with the Relative Strength Index (RSI) hovering around 52, suggesting steady buying activity. However, the Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) histogram displays red bars, indicating a potential shift towards negative momentum as sellers become more active.

Turning to the hourly chart, a more pronounced downward trend is evident. The RSI values have slightly declined, reaching as low as 46, while the diminishing green bars on the MACD further confirm the bearish momentum.

Despite these short-term bearish signals, it’s crucial to consider the broader context provided by the daily chart, which still reflects a predominantly bullish trend. To sustain this bullish momentum, buyers must defend the 20-day Simple Moving Average (SMA) at 162.85.

In summary, while there are indications of a temporary sellers’ market in the short term, the long-term bullish trend remains resilient. Investors should closely monitor key support levels to assess the potential continuation of the bullish trend.


Today last price163.16
Today Daily Change-0.12
Today Daily Change %-0.07
Today daily open163.28
Daily SMA20162.84
Daily SMA50161.83
Daily SMA100160.5
Daily SMA200159.08
Previous Daily High163.87
Previous Daily Low163.14
Previous Weekly High165.36
Previous Weekly Low161.95
Previous Monthly High163.72
Previous Monthly Low158.08
Daily Fibonacci 38.2%163.42
Daily Fibonacci 61.8%163.59
Daily Pivot Point S1162.98
Daily Pivot Point S2162.69
Daily Pivot Point S3162.25
Daily Pivot Point R1163.72
Daily Pivot Point R2164.16
Daily Pivot Point R3164.46

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