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FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - Despite its strong performance throughout the morning during both Asian and European trading, the NZDUSD has rebounded since its minor setback at 0.8164, to again test its daily maximum at 0.8187. Investors seem to be backing the kiwi as risk sentiment has improved across the board following the recent development in Spain.

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According to the technical analyst team at ICN.com, "If the pair manages to return above the Linear Regression Indicator 34 at 0.8190 it will end the downside correction and enter a new bullish wave. In general, trading above the 0.8135 level is enough for us to expect further upside movement, while the breach of 0.8080 is enough to fail this outlook."

As the NZDUSD is currently testing resistance at 0.8185, ICN.com analysts point to additional resistive measures at 0.8225 and 0.8265, and finally 0.8310. On the decline, a retracement or prolonged consolidation movement will signal the onset of supportive means at 0.8150, then 0.8135, and finally 0.8100.
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