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Last Updated Date: 4 August 2021 @ 6:12 AM (UTC)
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The U.S. dollar steadied on Tuesday, after having lost value against the Japanese yen and Swiss franc, as questions about slowing U.S. economic growth and the COVID-19 Delta variant challenged risk appetite.

The U.S. dollar dipped below 109 yen, and for a second day gave up as much as 0.4% before recovering half of the day's loss to 109.1 yen. It traded against the Swiss franc as much as 0.3% lower and leveled off with a 0.1% decline for the day. The franc also gained against the euro to its greatest value in nine months.

The larger short term bear trend pattern still has potential to 1.1821 - 1.1798. Trade may try to correct / consolidate declines, but narrow congestion with rallies blunted below 1.1890 will bear flag. A close under 1.1821 could resume bear trending to reach under last week’s low ⇒ 1.1754. 

Resistance 2        1.1910
Resistance 1        1.1888

Support 1             1.1841
Support 2             1.1821


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