The below research is paraphrased from Dankse Bank.
After the Brexit victory on the 23-24 of June, many of the major foreign leading currency pairs declined sharply. EUR/USD broke a major uptrend and has since declined to 1.0913 low last Friday. Risks are turning towards downside and intraday trade is expected to attract sellers. However keep in mind that nervousness in the market may widen the spread. Below 1.0913 may attract sellers with next good support at 1.0826.
The Brexit victory on the 23-24 of June sparked one of the largest sell-offs in history on GBP/USD with that market moving over 1700 pips from the 1.45 high. Since then however, rebound remains weak and this is putting further risk on the downside. Below the 1.3229 low set last trading session may attract sellers with next support at 1.2930 then 1.2690. With that being said, it would take a move above the 1.4013 resistance to make shorts panic.
After the almost 800 pip drop last Friday due to the Brexit victory, profit taking on shorts are helping to squeeze out some weak shorts, however expected risk to be still on the downside. Below the 99.02 low set last session may trigger renewed selling with next support at 97.60 then 96.94.
While USD/CHF was not impacted all that heavily last Friday due to the Brexit victory, the dollar strength did spark a sharp rally breaking above the .9687 hurdle. This may turn focus towards upside and current setback should attract fresh buyers. Above last Friday's high of .9804 may trigger an extension to next area of resistance .9844 then .9920.