By early U.S. trade the dollar index had failed to break below the Aug. 18 low for the month at 92.124.
Once that breaks, they must to contend with key 91.70/80 support, which contains the May 2018 monthly low and 76.4% Fibo retracement of the 2018-2020 rally. The 76.4% Fibo is frequently a retracement level where reversals occur, implying the dollar could soon rally.
On Friday, lower U.S. interest rates fueled dollar losses. The U.S. Treasury 10-year yield fell after rallying near the 76.4% Fibo projection of the Aug. 6-13 rally. Gains in fed funds futures FFH1 prices drove short-term rates lower.
Dollar index =USD weakness came as EUR/USD rallied to 1.1920 and USD/JPY fell to 105.20. Similar to the dollar index, EUR/USD failed to breach its August monthly high while USD/JPY was unable to break its August monthly low.
Until they break below the dollar index's August lows and 91.70/80 support, bears should tread cautiously as the risk of a reversal grows.
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(Christopher Romano is a Reuters market analyst. The views expressed are his own)
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