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TechnicalsIS Technicals 30th April

Dollar facing some corrective pressure after the upside break in DXY through 98.00, ceding ground vs. the euro, yen and a perkier looking sterling.  But overall this should be a short run thing.  The break higher in DXY supports the longer-term bull dollar thesis.

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