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FXstreet.com (London) - Karen Jones, Head of Technical Analysis at Commerzbank notes that USD/JPY has again stalled at 103.40, similar to price action seen last week.

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“The market appears to be stalling just ahead of the 103.74 2013 high. We note the Elliott wave count on the daily chart suggests a retracement back to 100.91/100.16 remains viable, however while underpinned by the cloud on the 240 minute chart at 102.26, we will assume an immediate upside bias.

The slide lower held over the July 2013 high at 101.54 and this we regard as bullish price action. Support is found at the 101.54 July high and 100.62 September high. We will stay bullish while above the 99.56 November 19 low.”

“Longer term, the market has recently broken up from a large triangle points to a longer term target of 108.86. We have an additional target en route at 105.48, the 61.8% retracement of the move down from 2007.”
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