The AUD/USD is rising for the third day in a row, extending the rally that began with the statements of Donald Trump on Wednesday and then followed through with the momentum of the data of the labour market in Australia, and in the present, with the weakness of the dollar and the rise in the pockets on Wall Street.
The contribution of the torque from the beginning of the day is moving with an upward bias, while undertaking tours moderate. Just scored maximums for the day 0.7597, the highest level since April 4.
The pair remained near the maximum, operating on 0.7590, in the level where it is the 20-day moving average. Overcoming this level could significantly extend the time bullish and overcome a technical level relevant, after having fallen a week ago to the minimum in three months.
Levels to be taken into account
To continue to race upward, above the barrier of 0.7600, the next resistances will be placed in the 0.7635/40 (minimum of 22 in march) and 0.7675/80 (maximum of 30 march). In the opposite direction, the brackets can now be seen at 0.7565/70 (minimum day) 0.7555 (minimum of Friday 14 April) and 0.7515 (maximum of 11 April).