The Australian dollar against the Japanese yen rebounded strongly on a major support level for this day following a downtrend which came to a stop. There also has been a sharp response to the Wall Street concerning risks amid the weakness of the currency and uncertainty brought by the French elections on Sunday. This could also be a way to encourage the bulls before the next retest.
The pair rebounded from the former resistance level at 81.50 which the shifted into a strong support. It jumped as much as 100 pips although this is about to decline.
The vertical trend line is near the 200-day Moving Average. The region close to 81.50 which becomes a significant psychological level. This further went up as it is now found at 82.15 level surpassing the current level and similar to200-day Moving Average. It could further go up and break over the current levels towards the next target levels at 82.80 then 83.30.
However, if the market fails to sustain the 82.15 support level then there is a chance to break lower than the critical level of 81.50 as a support. When this happens, this could be followed by a correction towards 78.50 with 61.8% Fibonacci level up to the 78.50 region in the next decline.