AUSUSD Rises Past 0.7550 Despite Rising Us T-Bond Yields

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The AUDUSD trades higher at 0.7554 at the time of writing, up 0.50 percent during the American session. In the near term, the pair could drop lower but it remains a buy on dips. The US Dollar Index, which gauges the performance of the greenback, falls 0.6 percent to 93.30, despite rising US T-bond yields, with the 10-year benchmark note climbing three basis points to 1.561 percent.

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AUDUSD Price Analysis – October 30

Key Levels
Resistance Levels: 0.7800, 0.7700, 0.7600
Support Levels: 0.7450, 0.7350, 0.7220
AUDUSD Long term Trend: Ranging
On the daily AUDUSD chart, we can see that the moving averages of 5 and 13 are beneath the price, which provides support. Bulls are also keeping an eye on the latest 0.7555-level high for a possible upward breakout. In terms of technical analysis, a simple split beyond favors bulls continuing north.

Relative Strength Index circumstances, on the other hand, may pose a challenge to the bulls after that due to overbought conditions. On the downside, the pair’s losses below 0.7478 may recall sellers targeting 0.7450 support convergence as of mid-July, which included moving averages 5 and 13 with horizontal support.
AUDUSD Short term Trend: Bullish
On the 4-hour chart of the AUDUSD, the upside rally continues, and the intraday bias is initially bullish. A breach of the 0.7478 support level could imply short-term topping, given the situation of bearish divergence in the short term RSI and price.

To resolve the full 0.7170 level increase pattern, the intraday bias for the 0.7450 support level will be returned to the downside in this scenario. However, if the resistance level of 0.7550 is sustained, the growth could accelerate to 0.7600.

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