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Sterling crosses have been hit hard with the dovish comments from BoE Governor Mark Carney late last Thursday. The question is whether the corrections will be bought into. Sterling/Yen is one such cross that has been pulled back to key technical levels and will be seen as being at a significant turning point now. The breakout above 151.00 a couple of weeks ago was a key technical improvement which was effectively the neckline of a base pattern that implied around 600 pips of further recovery in the coming months. The bulls will now look to see if the pullback can now form support around the neckline, but also with the rising support of the 21 day moving average (today around 150.90) and the recovery uptrend support (today at 150.65) means this is a confluence of support now. The hourly chart shows the corrective outlook with the near term negative outlook on RSI and MACD clear to see. The bulls would need a move above Friday’s high at 151.70 to improve the position, but there is a band of resistance now in at 152.00/152.95.