4th in September 2020, Today’s option

EUR/USD: 1.1780-90 (2.4 billion), 1.1795-1.1800 (1.1 billion), 1.1810 (260 million), 1.1830 (240 million), 1.1850 (650 million), 1.1865-75 (1.5 billion ), 1.1900-10 (3.5 billion), 1.1935-50 (1.5 billion), 1.2000 (300 million)

GBP/USD: 1.3100 (261 million), 1.3350 (270 million)

AUD: 0.7200 (604 million)

NZD: 0.6610 (350 million), 0.690 (217 million)

AUD/NZD: 1.0850 (806 million)

USD/CAD: 1.3000 (470 million), 1.3100-10 (700 million), 1.3130 (404 million)

USD/JPY: 105.55 (500 million), 105.75 (365 million), 105.90 (255 million), 106.00 (1.3 billion), 106.35 (330 million), 106.50-60 (1.3 billion), 106.65 ( 1 billion), 106.70-80 (1 billion)

EUR/JPY: 125.00 (440 million), 125.30 (357 million)

Below are the options that are likely to affect today’s price movements.

EUR/USD: 1.1780-90 (2.4 billion), 1.1795-1.1800 (1.1 billion), 1.1865-75 (1.5 billion), 1.1900-10 (3.5 billion), 1.1935-50 (1.5 billion)

USD/JPY: 106.00 (1.3 billion), 106.50-60 (1.3 billion), 106.65 (1 billion), 106.70-80 (1 billion)

EURUSD failed the 1.12000 try and is currently stagnant at 1.1800. The resistance above is 1.1865-75 options (1.5 billion), 1.1900-10 options (3.5 billion). Below, it is assumed that 1.1780-90 options (2.4 billion) and 1.1795-1.1800 options (1.1 billion) are likely to be supported.

USD/JPY has fallen to around 106.00 due to the decline in stock prices, but it is currently stagnation in the vicinity. It is assumed that 106.00 options (1.3 billion) will be supported, and 106.50-60 options (1.3 billion), 106.65 options (1 billion), and 106.70-80 options (1 billion) will be easy to get back.

Watch how it moves after the US employment statistics today.

Currently, the power balance in 15 minutes is

EUR = CAD> GBP> CHF = JPY = USD> NZD = AUD

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