The Japanese yen pushed to a higher level on Monday and is currently the best performing currency in and against the U.S. dollar, while the New Zealand dollar down to a lower level, with the exchange rate down to a minimum 0.7002.
The Japanese yen pushed to a higher level on Monday and is currently the best performing currency in and against the U.S. dollar and the exchange rate may continue to press toward a lower level facing the AISA operation as investors cut their propensity toward risk. The USDJPY is trading around 20 pips lower from the opening after moving in a 110% certainty average daily range, but the lack of momentum to sustain below the moving average of 20 days can 89.88 keep the price within the narrow range towed from the previous week as investors assessed the outlook for the global recovery. However, since the 30-minute RSI bounced back from oversold territory, we see the USDJPY exchange rate decline by cutting and filling the pothole from the 240-day moving average, which coincides with the moving average 120 days in 90.39. However, market participants are speculating that the real people’s bank of China would increase borrowing costs in the coming months after the unexpected rate cut by the Reserve Bank of India, and the change in monetary control can continue to impact on investor awareness as the government seeks to thin the remarkable expansion in the economy.
The New Zealand dollar dropped to a lower level compared to its counterpart in the U.S., with the exchange rate down to a minimum level of 0.7002, and high-yield currency may continue its trend to a lower level during the next month as the short-term increase fails to reverse the decline since early this year. The quotation NZDUSD is now 34 pips below the day after moving to 101% of their average range for certainty, and the 120-day moving average (0.7104) seems poised to cross back below the moving average of 240 0.7095 days, which favor a bearish outlook for trading. However, since the RSI bounces off 30 minutes a minimum of 21, the share price slump NZDUSD can cover from 240-day moving average before we show another downward movement. However, investors are valuing a possibility of 7% around a recrote fees in 25 PB by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand in its next meeting on April 28, while 13 of the 14 economists surveyed predict that the central bank would hold borrowing costs in the record minimum of 2.50% according to a Bloomberg news survey, but the harsh comments after the decision versus the fees could lead to listing NZDUSD to a level more broadly because the central bank is committed to normalize the regulation later this year.