The USD/RUB pair has tested the psychological level of 77.00, jumping to target the price of 80 Russian rubles against 1 USD. So far, the level of 80 looks like it might provide quite a significant resistance. Hence, there is a probability that this level is less likely to get broken through.
Having broken the uptrend and pulling back to it, the Swiss franc is trying to form a doji, signifying a potential drop. The asset might drop till the level of about 0.9000.
The price of New Zealand dollar is in the range between the levels 0.6510 and 0.6790. The asset’s price is most likely to move within this range.
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