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Forex: Aussie Dollar falls below 93 US cents

By Colin Twiggs
June 20th, 2012 3:30 a.m. EDT (5:30 p:m AET)

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The Aussie Dollar fell to below $0.93 within hours of the latest FOMC announcement from the Fed. Breach of support indicates another decline, with a target of $0.90*.

Aussie Dollar/USD

* Target calculation: 0.9330 - ( 0.9660 - 0.9330 ) = 0.9000

The monthly chart shows the Aussie has broken long-term support around $0.95, signaling a decline to $0.80*. Declining 13-week Twiggs Momentum below zero confirms a primary down-trend.

Aussie Dollar/USD

* Target calculation: 0.95 - ( 1.10 - 0.95 ) = 0.80

It is not just a stronger greenback, the Aussie is also falling against the crosses. Canada's Loonie broke resistance at parity to the Australian Dollar, signaling a primary up-trend.

Canadian Dollar/US Dollar


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