EUR/USD: This currency trading instrument is now one of the strongest among the majors. From around the support line at 1.1050, the price skyrocketed by more than 320 pips, closing at 1.1384. The resistance line at 1.1400 is an easy target for bulls this week. Even it would be breached to the upside.
USD/CHF: The USD/CHF pair has yielded to gravity, diving by 300 pips. There are resistance levels at 0.9550 and 0.9600, which should do a good job in halting bullish attempts this week. There are also support levels at 0.9450 and 0.9400, which would be targeted by bears. Since the USD is weak and the CHF is very strong, it is reasonable to conclude that the current bearish movement may continue for a while.
GBP/USD: This is a good example of cut-throat battles between the bull and the bear. This pair ought to go upwards in a positive correlation mode with EUR/USD: it has gone above the tough accumulation territory at 1.5650. There is a fresh battle in the distribution territory of 1.5700, but bulls should be victorious, though it is not an easy thing.
USD/JPY: The USD/JPY pair ended its equilibrium phase of several weeks as it plunged massively last week. Several previous demand levels have turned into supply levels, and the price is close to the demand level at 121.50, which could be breached easily in case the current selling pressure continues. This is a long-awaited bearish signal - it may continue to hold this week.
EUR/JPY: There is a neat Bullish Confirmation Pattern in this market and there is a tendency that the price may continue to head upwards, especially in the face of the strength of the euro. The initial losses incurred by bulls last week have now been recovered and the price might even go higher.