- USD/CHF keeps recovery from 0.9087 to challenge the sellers.
- Bullish MACD, repeated failures to stay well below 0.9100 favor the buyers.
- A two-week-old falling trend line adds to the upside barriers.
USD/CHF bears catch a breather around 0.9093 during the pre-European trading on Monday. In doing so, the pair stalls the three-day losing streak amid bullish MACD.
Not only the MACD but multiple pullbacks from the sub-0.9100 area also tease the bulls to take entry.
While identifying the odds for it, a daily close past-10-day SMA level of 0.9117 becomes the first hurdle to clear ahead of a short-term falling trend line near 0.9180.
If at all the bulls manage to cross 0.9180, the monthly top close to 0.9245 will be attacked while keeping the early-July low of 0.9362 on the watch-list.
Meanwhile, 0.9080 and 0.9050 can entertain the short-term sellers ahead of diverting them to the 0.9000 threshold. Additionally, the pair’s extended weakness below 0.9000 might not refrain from attacking July 2014 bottom surrounding 0.8860/55.
USD/CHF daily chart
Trend: Pullback expected