The NZD/USD pair ended its drop after the FOMC. The DXY's sell-off pushed the rate higher. It was trading at the 0.6267 level at the time of writing. In the short term, the bias remains bullish, the price turned to the upside after its massive drop.
The rate could try to resume its swing higher after the Unemployment Claims and the Advance GDP came in worse than expected today. Tomorrow, the economic data could greatly impact the NZD/USD.
NZD/USD Accumulates More Bullish Energy!
The NZD/USD pair failed to reach the 0.6184 former low or the 50% retracement level (0.6182) signaling that the downside movement could be over. Now, it has managed to jump above the upper median line (uml) and beyond the 23.6% retracement level which represented upside obstacles.
Stabilizing above these levels may signal further growth at least until the 0.6304 former high. In the short term, it could continue to move sideways.
A new higher high, making a valid breakout above 0.6304 could validate further growth. Also, testing and retesting the 23.6% (0.6247), false breakdowns may announce strong upside pressure.