It's time for this week's last Support and Resistance Level Report. Here's how our in-house model tests out. It's been a bullish week for the Euro/Dollar, which now has R1 of 1 1910 and S1 of 1 1870. Price Channel Indicator Upper Line is among the 3 studies for R1, while R3 is a psychological level with 2 models. The second line has found a single match. A former 2 year high is now one of the 13... Еще models for S2, and S1 sees 5 confirmations. S3 is a 20 day moving average with 2 studies. The Cable saw quite a drop yesterday, which leaves it between R1 of 1 3170 and S1 of 1 3130. R2 is well confirmed with 12 models, including a former 6 month high, while the other two resistance lines have found 3 matches each, including Price Channel Indicator Upper Line and Bollinger Upper Band for R3. The highest support line sees 7 confirmations, and S2 counts a 20 day moving average among its 5 models. S3 is a psychological level with 2 studies. Dollar/Yen is down as well, and it now stands below R1 of 110 20 and above S1 of 109 80. The lowest resistance line has found 7 matches, and R2 is a 100 day moving average with 4 models. R3 counts a 20 day moving average among its 4 studies. Bollinger Lower Band is among the 3 models for S2, and S1 is Price Channel Indicator Lower Line with 2 matches. The lowest support line sees a single confirmation. And Dollar/Swiss Franc is trading in the range limited by R1 of 0 97 and S1 of 0 9670. R1 leads in resistance with 12 studies, and Price Channel Indicator Upper Line is among the 5 models for R2. R3 is a 100 day moving average with 3 matches. S1 is the most confirmed support line with 12 confirmations. while S3 is a psychological level with 4 studies. A 20 day moving average is among the 3 models for S2. This was the Support and Resistance Level Report for Friday with me, Celeste Skinner. We'll be back on Monday to cover the latest developments, so see you then.