Inari posted: Certainly in the afternoon sessions the USD is the prime driver and unless there if specific and unscheduled news that is Euro or Sterling specific most afternoon sessions will see the EUR/USD and GBP/USD follow a similar path.
You can watch the ranging of the EUR/GBP cross for small opportunities but do not expect to make a fortune on these trades :)
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