FXStreet (Córdoba) - AUD/NZD dropped modestly on Monday, but it continued to move sideways as it had been the case since last Thursday, in a range between 1.1025 and 1.0950. During the Asian session at 03:30 GMT, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will announce its decision on monetary policy. No change in rates is expected. Analysts from ANZ Research see a risk that it shifts its language on the AUD once again. “With iron ore prices down 20% since September and the AUD broadly unchanged it’s not clear that the AUD is still “adjusting to the significant declines in key commodity prices.” They maintain a sell recommendation on AUD/NZD. Before the RBA, current account data from Australia will be released, and also data from China with the non-manufacturing official PMI and the Caixin Manufacturing PMI. AUD/NZD technical levels Last week the pair peaked at 1.1088, 8-week high and then pulled back modestly, starting a consolidation phase, following a 600-pip rally that started November 2. To the upside, resistance levels might lie at 1.1035 (Nov 27 high), 1.1085/90 (November high) and 1.1105 (Sept 25 high). On the downside, support could be seen at 1.0955 (Nov 26 low), 1.0910 (20-day MA) and 1.0880 (Nov 4 high). For more information, read our latest forex news.