The S&P 500 index has finally reversed to the upside last Friday after flirting with the 50-period SMA around 2,906.
USD/JPY has been developing near the three-week ascending trend line over the last sessions.
The Dow Jones 30 is creating a sideways channel with an upper boundary the 24,913 resistance and lower boundary the 22,900 support.
USD/CAD is in a trendless state within a horizontal channel since the pullback from the 4-year high of 1.4667.
AUD/USD continues to send bullish signals in the daily timeframe.
EUR/JPY is revisiting the descending trend line, which has been standing since January 16.
USD/CAD lost ground once again within a sideways market – that begun around April 6.
USD/JPY successfully surpassed the short-term simple moving averages (SMAs) in the 4-hour chart.
S&P 500 stock index in previous sessions found a foothold at the advancing 200-period SMA.
Gold prices surged to a fresh seven-and-a-half-year high of 1,763.58 earlier today.