How does AUDJPY pair trade today? Study this extensive 10 January AUDJPY Technical Outlook as it provides you with necessary guidance.
10 January, GKFX–AUD/JPY breached the support at 87.97 (23.6% Fib R of Nov-Jan rally) and fell to a one-week low of 87.83 ahead of the China inflation release.
- AUD/JPY down for a third day.
- Markets digest BOJ move.
- China CPI, PPI could move AUD.
The Yen remains well bid as investors assess whether the Bank of Japan’s (BOJ) routine reduction in the long duration bond purchases represents a shift in the policy. There is growing consensus in the market that yesterday’s QE reduction does not mark a new normalization bias, but indicates the diminishing need for QE to reach the 0% 10-yr yield curve control target.
Focus on China PPI
A better-than-expected China producer price index (PPI) could revive the reflation trade and put a bid under the Aussie dollar. China PPI is seen falling to 4.8% y/y in December vs. November figure of 5.8%.
10 January AUDJPY Technical Outlook
As of writing, the pair is trading at 87.87 levels. A close below 87.63 (Jan. 2 doji candle low) would mean the rally from the Nov. low of 84.35 has ended. The cross could then test support at 87.19 (100-day MA) and 86.48 (50-day MA).
On the higher side, a move above 88.17 (daily high) would open up upside towards 89.00 (zero figure) and 89.09 (recent high).
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