At the end of the New York session, on the last day for the week, the situation looks like this. Since there will be no more data arriving before Monday, I've scrolled the charts to the right, to make the last bars of the London session visible, while still keeping the last bar of the New York session on the screen. You canl see the current price line (vertical white dotted line) at the far right of each chart, and the yellow thick vertical line that shows the London closing bar on the left side of the chart.
Look at these charts. XAUUSD was in an down-trend and is now moving up, approaching the center of moving averages (which are above), while USDJPY was in an up-trend and is now moving down, also approaching the center of its moving averages. Their directions are opposite, but (after the last update) the colors of the lines used for envelopes are now similar (outside boundaries are bright in both cases). I wouldn't expect both pairs to continue moving in the opposite direction of each other, though, because ... if you look at the forward projection, the bright lines that represent the outside bounds on XAUUSD are moving inside, but that isn't the case for USDJPY.
PS. When the price moves outside of the envelopes, it means that the volatility is increasing. It is NOT to be interpreted as a simple "overbought/oversold" signal, because the Main chart of the NELODI Trading Terminal is a Trend indicator and NOT a Range indicator, even if the price does usually stay inside the envelopes when it is ranging or consolidating.