The US Dollar appears to be taking a lower turn against Asian currencies. The USD weakened against the Singapore Dollar last week. The USD/SGD currency pair closed under the rising trendline from August, setting the tone for losses days ahead.
In addition, this was obvious as prices could not hold a push above peaks from July. As a result, a wide zone of resistance was left behind between 1.4061 – 1.4107.
The greenback further lost ground to the Thai Baht this past week. The USD/THB could not clear July highs, reinforcing the 36.738 – 36.949 resistance zone. A bearish Double Top seems to be preparing the neckline won’t come into play until 35.052, and prices closed below the near-term rising trendline from August. Additional downside moves could allow extending losses.
This past week saw the USD also weaken against the Indonesian Rupiah, as USD/IDR closed at its lowest since the middle of August, allowing extending losses since July. These losses could allow entry for retesting the August low at 14670.
The US Dollar was also a pit down against the Philippine Peso last week, but there are signs that a turn lower could be in the cards.