XAGUSD Pair Buyers Look for Bullish Continuation

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After failing to profit from the weaker DXY on Friday, the XAGUSD saw some buying near the $27.00 mark. As buyers hunt for upside continuation, the pair is correcting but could be headed for a new high. As buying interest ramped up at the $27.22 level, silver is currently pushing up against the upside limit at the $28.00 level.

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XAGUSD Price Analysis – June 7

Key Levels
Resistance Levels: $30.13, $28.75, $28.32
Support Levels: $27.50, $27.00, $26.72
XAGUSD Long term Trend: Ranging
As a result of the buying interest around the $27.22 level, negative momentum has strengthened significantly. If buyers can push the price above the cloud and the resistance zone that has formed between $28.00 and $28.32, the price might swiftly test the nearby high of $28.90.

On the downside, first support might come from the $27.50-$27.00 range, and a conclusive violation of this long-term support zone could send the price crashing into the $26.72 and $26.00 lows, respectively. If the price follows the pattern, the metal’s bullish bias may be weakened, and bears may reclaim the lead.
XAGUSD Short term Trend: Ranging
Silver appears to be heading at a technical hurdle at the $28.00 level, as seen on the 4-hour chart. If the barrier holds, XAGUSD is anticipated to find support near the $27.50 level, thanks to a 4-hour moving average of 5, and return to extend gains against the US Dollar in the short term.

The upside range between $28.00 and $28.90 might be a viable upside target; in the meantime, bears are unlikely to win the market. A persistent break below, on the other hand, will be considered as the first symptoms of bullish tiredness, putting the pair at risk of testing the important $26.72 level.

 

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