EUR/USD: The EUR/USD pair seems to end a few weeks of high volatility with no clear direction, having gone upwards last week. In order to sustain this new bullish direction, the price needs to continue its upwards journey, reaching the resistance lines at 1.1400 and 1.1450. There are support lines at 1.1250 and 1.1200, which may not be tested as long as the bullish direction holds.
USD/CHF: It was once noted that the direction of the USD/CHF pair would largely be determined by the direction of the EUR/USD pair. Since the latter has gone upwards, the former has gone downwards. The former (USD/CHF) has started a bearish movement, which would hold out as long as the latter (EUR/USD) is strong.
GBP/USD: The GBP/USD pare made a nice bullish movement last week, which resulted in a Bullish Confirmation Pattern in the market. This outlook for GBP pairs is bullish this week, and we may see a continuation of the current bullish journey, taking the price towards the distribution territories at 1.5400 and 1.5500.
USD/JPY: This market remains in an equilibrium phase, not going above the supply level at 121.00 nor going below the demand level of 119.00. There must be a journey above the supply level or below the demand level before it can be said that the equilibrium phase is over (which is something that will happen this week or next week). When a breakout does occur, it would probably be directed northwards, for there is an expectation of bullishness on JPY pairs.
EUR/JPY: The EUR/JPY pair performed a clear bullish movement on October 9, 2015. This has resulted in a bullish bias on the market, which could enable the price to go upwards by at least 200 pips. The supply zone of 137.00 and 138.00 could be tried this week.