Soars to new 15-year high, above 160.00

EUR/JPY reached a new YTD high of 160.85, closing Tuesday’s session with gains of over 1.32%. The uptrend remains intact, with the potential to test multi-year high of 169.97. Key resistance levels include the April 2008 high at 164.97 and the 2008 highs. On the downside, support levels are at 160.00, followed by the Tenkan-Sen at 159.27 and the 159.00 mark. 32% or 200 pips post the Bank of Japan’s (BoJ) decision to keep its ultra-loose monetary policy.

Conversely, the EUR/JPY first support would be the 160.00 mark. Once cleared, the next support would be the Tenkan-Sen at 159.27, followed by the 159.00 mark. If sellers push prices lower, the next support would be the Senkou Span A at 158.43 before tripping towards 158.00. EUR/JPY Price Action – Daily chart EUR/JPY Technical Levels EUR/JPY Overview Today last price 160.38 Today Daily Change 2.24 Today Daily Change % 1.42 Today daily open 158.14 Trends Daily SMA20 157.94 Daily SMA50 157.

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