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Gold Price and Oil Price Eye Additional Gains



Gold price started a fresh increase after testing the $1,680 support zone. Crude oil price is trading nicely above $60.00 and it might continue to rise steadily.

Important Takeaways for Gold and Oil
  • Gold price remained well bid near the $1,680 and $1,675 levels against the US Dollar.
  • There was a break above a major bearish trend line with resistance near $1,708 on the hourly chart of gold.
  • Crude oil price is holding the key $59.50 and $60.00 support levels.
  • There was a break above a key bearish trend line with resistance near $60.55 on the hourly chart of XTI/USD.

Gold Price Technical Analysis

Earlier this week, gold price extended its decline below the $1,710 and $1,700 support levels against the US Dollar. However, the bulls were active near the $1,680 and $1,675 levels.

A low was formed near $1,677 on FXOpen before the price started a fresh increase. There was a break above the $1,695 and $1,700 resistance levels. The price climbed nicely above the 50% Fib retracement level of the downward move from the $1,745 swing high to $1,677



There was also a break above a major bearish trend line with resistance near $1,708 on the hourly chart of gold. The price is now trading well above $1,710 and the 50 hourly simple moving average.

It is now testing the 76.4% Fib retracement level of the downward move from the $1,745 swing high to $1,677 low. A successful break above the $1,730 resistance could open the doors for a larger increase in the coming sessions.

The next key resistance is near the $1,745 level. The main resistance is still near $1,750, above which the price could test $1,780. Conversely, the price could fail to continue higher and it might decline below the $1,720 level.

The main support is near the $1,705 level. A clear break below the $1,705 support may possibly start a strong decline towards $1,675 in the near term.

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GBP/USD Could Accelerate Higher, EUR/GBP Remains At Risk



GBP/USD is facing resistance near 1.3850, but it might accelerate higher. EUR/GBP is facing an increase in selling pressure below 0.8550.

Important Takeaways for GBP/USD and EUR/GBP
  • The British Pound is showing positive signs, but it is facing resistance near 1.3850.
  • There is a key bullish trend line forming with support at 1.3810 on the hourly chart of GBP/USD.
  • EUR/GBP declined below the 0.8580 and 0.8550 support levels.
  • There is a connecting bearish trend line forming with resistance near 0.8510 on the hourly chart.

GBP/USD Technical Analysis



After forming a support base above 1.3720, the British Pound started a fresh increase against the US Dollar. The GBP/USD pair broke the 1.3780 and 1.3800 resistance levels to move into a positive zone.

There was also a close above the 1.3800 level and the 50 hourly simple moving average. The pair is now facing a strong resistance near the 1.3850 level. The recent high was formed near 1.3852 on FXOpen before there was a minor downside correction.

There was a break below the 1.3825 level. The pair even declined below the 23.6% Fib retracement level of the upward move from the 1.3746 swing low to 1.3852 high.

The pair is now holding the 1.3800 support zone and the 50 hourly simple moving average. There is also a key bullish trend line forming with support at 1.3810 on the hourly chart of GBP/USD. The trend line is close to the 50% Fib retracement level of the upward move from the 1.3746 swing low to 1.3852 high.

If there is a downside break below the trend line, the pair could decline towards the 1.3780 and 1.3770 support levels. Any more losses might lead the pair towards the key 1.3720 support.

On the upside, the pair is facing hurdles near the 1.3850 level. A clear upside break above the 1.3850 level could open the doors for a steady increase. In the stated case, GBP/USD could rise towards the 1.6000 level in the near term.


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Global Economic Activity Picks Up On Increased Vaccination Campaigns



As most of the world celebrates Easter, strong signs of economic recovery emerge. Last Friday, with most banks closed, the United States revealed the Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) numbers for March 2021.

The release exceeded all expectations, showing that the United States economy added close to a million new jobs in only one month. Moreover, the unemployment rate edged down to 6%, a further encouraging sign that the world’s largest economy is recovering from the pandemic.



Furthermore, important revisions to previous data showed that an additional 156k jobs were created in January and February. In total, 1.7 million jobs were added by the United States economy in the first quarter of the year. Because this is the largest economy in the world, the chances are that the positive economic effects will spill over to its main trading partners, fueling a strong economic recovery around the world.
Vaccines Rollout Spurring Economic Growth

Last November, the world found out that science delivered on its efforts to find a vaccine against the COVID-19 virus. For three consecutive weeks, companies like Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, or AstraZeneca, released promising data on their vaccine trials.

Fast forward four months to present times, and the vaccines are rolled out around the world. While differences exist in the vaccination pace, the main idea is that the quicker the governments manage to inoculate the population, the faster the economy recovers, and life will get back to normal.



Supply and distribution disparities exist. The United Kingdom and the United States are leading the developed world, while the Euro area is lagging behind.

It all came down to how fast the nations moved to secure the vaccines and what risks they took in the early days of the pandemic. Europe lost momentum in the first quarter, but things look promising starting with April – in the first day of April, over three million people received a vaccine in Europe, a pace that will likely increase moving forward.

If we add the fiscal stimulus in the United States (i.e., $1.9 trillion) already distributed and the upcoming $3 trillion for long-term infrastructure projects, the chances are that the economic data will beat expectations in the months ahead too.

The currency market acted accordingly and rewarded investors closely watching the vaccination race – the U.S. dollar and the British pound rallied in the last months, while the euro lagged. Moving forward, 2021 might be a year dominated by a risk-on environment as the global economy recovers from the pandemic. The key stays with the vaccination campaigns – the quicker the world’s nations inoculate the population, the better for the economic growth.

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BTC struggling to break $60,000 while Ripple shown a parabolic rise



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The price of Bitcoin has attempted to break the $60,000 last week as we have mostly seen buyers’ pressure on the level throughout the week until Sunday when a decrease was made to $56,466. From there we have seen another increase followed by a higher low and now the price has made a higher high which is a bullish sign. However, it is once again back below the first horizontal level in line at $59,420 and is shortly going to make another breakout attempt.



The uptrend continuation would be expected in either way but it is still unclear whether or not before it we are going to see a deeper retracement. The primary scenario is a bullish one and says that now the price has started developing a new lower degree five-wave move to the upside.

If this is true, then we are going to see another higher low for the 4th wave and potentially an interaction with the all-time high on its ending wave. But this would only be the 1st sub-wave of the higher degree count which is why new highs would be anticipated after a pullback to establish further support.

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EUR/USD and EUR/JPY: Euro is Eyeing More Gains



EUR/USD started a fresh increase above the 1.1820 and 1.1850 resistance levels. EUR/JPY is correcting gains, but it is likely to restart its rise above 130.50.

Important Takeaways for EUR/USD and EUR/JPY
  • The Euro formed a base above 1.1720 and started a fresh increase above 1.1800.
  • EUR/JPY is also trading in a positive zone above the 130.00 support.
  • There is a major bullish trend line forming with support near 129.95 on the hourly chart.

EUR/USD Technical Analysis



After trading close to the 1.1700 level, the Euro started a fresh increase against the US Dollar. The EUR/USD pair broke the 1.1780 and 1.1800 resistance levels to move into a positive zone.

There was also a break above a couple of bullish continuation patterns near 1.1765 and 1.1820 on the hourly chart of EUR/USD. It opened the doors for more gains above the 1.1850 level and the 50 hourly simple moving average.

It traded as high as 1.1877 on FXOpen and it is now consolidating gains. An initial support is near the 1.1855 level. It is near the 23.6% Fib retracement level of the recent increase from the 1.1795 low to 1.1877 high.

Any more losses might call for a test of the 1.1840 support or the 50% Fib retracement level of the recent increase from the 1.1795 low to 1.1877 high. The next major support is near the 1.1800 level or the 50 hourly simple moving average.

On the upside, the pair is facing resistance near the 1.1880 level. The next major resistance is near the 1.1920 level. A clear break above 1.1920 might start a steady increase towards the 1.2000 resistance. The next major resistance above the 1.2000 level sits near the 1.2050 level.

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LTC and EOS – Looking for support



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The price of Litecoin has been rising since last week and came up to its previous high at $244 on the 6th of April. From there we have seen a decline of 13.26% as it came down to $211.62. Currently, it is being traded at around $220.9 as a minor recovery has been made but the price has been moving to the downside again.



On the hourly chart, you can see that the price of Litecoin was on the rise since the 25th of March when it fell down to the 0.618 Fibonacci level. This was at first expected as a corrective 4th wave from the descending impulse wave but as it continued increasing from there above the 0.382 FIb level the count was invalidated which implied that previously we have seen a three-wave correction.

If the previosly seen descending move ended as the higher degree WXY correction then from the 25th of March we have seen the start of the next impulsive move being its first wave. No retracement back to the 0.382 Fib level could be expected as the second sub-wave of the five-wave impulse to the upside from which the price of Litecoin would be set to continue its upward trajectory. However, first, we need to see the establishment of support and the validation of the count so from the momentum and the depth of the expected descending move we are going to reevaluate this possibility.

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