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EUR/JPY: Breaking Out at 85.53

USD/JPY has broken its strong resistance at 85.53 (06/04/2011 high). Another resistance is at 89.16 (12/07/2010 high). Hourly supports can be found at 85.48 (27/12/2012 low) and 84.60 (25/12/2012 low).

USD/JPY is likely in a long-term bottoming process. The break of the strong resistance at 85.53 (06/04/2011 high) opens the way for further long-term strength towards the key resistance at 94.99 (04/05/2010 high). However, the general overbought conditions suggest that more attractive entry points are likely to present themselves in the future.

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