[Video] 70c Remains Pivotal For AUD/USD Post-RBA

A zone around 70c provides a pivotal zone for Aussie traders after the RBA cut rates by 25 bps today.

A zone around 70c provides a pivotal zone for Aussie traders after the RBA cut rates by 25 bps today.

  • The longer-term trend remains bearish and the 50 and 200-day eMA’s continue to point lower.
  • Yet we’ve seen a counter-trend rally back to the 50-day average where is found a cluster of resistance around 70c, which includes the 61.8% Fibonacci level.
  • From here, traders are waiting for RBA’s Governor Philip Lowe to see if he adds a dovish twist to today’s meeting.
  • Yet, as traders have prices in 2 cuts this year, failure to hint as such could see AUD/USD break above 70c. And, if the resistance holds, we could eek a bearish swing trade on the daily chart.



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