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DXY Dollar Index Technical Analysis: Trendline has been broken

96.70 Critical Resistance

DXY Dollar Index Technical Analysis: Trendline has been broken

In our last analysis, we predict a decline in DXY.  ( Bearish Gartley Pattern worked well )

See the previous analysis: DXY DOLLAR INDEX

Now the Index broke the short term bearish trendline.

96.70 is critical resistance. Potential breakout would carry DXY towards 97.20, 97.45, 97.60.

This could send EURUSD below 1.12700.

We will keep our eyes on DXY and update our setups accordingly.

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