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Every week we recap the previous week and forecast the following week where we think the AUDUSD will be heading in our AUDUSD Weekly Forex Forecast. We know you will like our short but concise AUDUSD analysis.

AUDUSD Weekly Forex Forecast – 12th to 16th Sept 2016

The AUD/USD technical pattern is shifting from bullish to bearish as for the first time since we have been trapped inside the current range the bearish momentum is gaining big traction. However, last Friday’s sell-off has left behind pockets of liquidity voids that require being filled and in this regard earlier in the week we […]

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AUDUSD Weekly Forex Forecast – 5th Sept to 9th Sept 2016

The AUD/USD reaction from the big psychological figure 0.7500 looks constructive for our bullish scenario in the coming week. Another attempt to retest the 0.7500 level in the beginning of the week looks quite possible, but it should quickly fade away. Only a daily break and close below this figure will suggest more downside is […]

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AUDUSD Weekly Forex Forecast – 29th Aug to 2nd Sept 2016

Friday’s AUD/USD bearish outside bar and the break below 0.7600 key support level has opened up the door for the current pullback to extend to 0.7500 big round number. This is still considered a retracement inside a more defined bullish trend that started since the beginning of the year. In this regard, the AUD/USD downside […]

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AUDUSD Weekly Forex Forecast – 22nd Aug to 26th Aug 2016

Commodity currencies like CAD and Aussie are the strongest counterparts against the greenback, a rally inspired by strong commodity prices. Commodity based currencies are expected to outperform in the coming week as well and the 0.7646 -07610 area of support zone not only that it can stop the Friday’s sell-off, but it can be the […]

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AUDUSD Weekly Forex Forecast – 15th Aug to 19th Aug 2016

Without a doubt, the best-performing currencies against the greenback are the commodity currencies and the AUDUSD enjoyed a nice run over the last couple of weeks. The latest RBA rate cut was not enough to keep Aussie down for a long time as the short-lived sell-off in the aftermath of the RBA rate cut was […]

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