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USD/JPY - Bullish Breakout

USD/JPY has broken hourly resistance at 109.90 (07/04/2016 high). Hourly support can be found at 107.68 (07/04/2016 low). Yet, the medium-term momentum is clearly bearish. Selling pressures are clearly fading. Expected to show further increase.

We favour a long-term bearish bias. Support at 105.23 (15/10/2014 low) is on target. A gradual rise towards the major resistance at 135.15 (01/02/2002 high) seems now less likely. Another key support can be found at 105.23 (15/10/2014 low).

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