As highlighted earlier, there are a few things to note per day. bold.
The first is at 1.0540 and 1.0600 for EUR/USD. Neither has much technical significance, so the 1.0540 level is not expected to have much impact, especially as the dollar remains on the softer side amid bond market tightness. Those at 1.0600 may keep the price movement more limited (there is a large set at the same level for tomorrow) but still, what will happen to Treasury yields is more important at this point.
Then there’s the 151.00 level for USD/JPY, but it’s unlikely to see much impact either. The pair is drifting lower amid lower yields and unless this situation improves, expiry dates will not have much of an impact in the coming session.
And finally, there are those for AUD/USD at 0.6400 during the day. Similar to the others, it doesn’t have any technical significance so it shouldn’t have much impact on price movement. But even if anything else happens, given the current overall market sentiment, AUD/USD is expected to remain above the figure level in the coming session unless there is any reversal from yesterday’s market movements.
For more information on how to use this data, you can refer to the article here.