The pound recorded a volatile session against the dollar on Monday. After all, the opening price was close to the closing price of 1.3227 and 1.3234, respectively. Initially, bullish moods dominated, and as a result, the resistance at 1.3285 was broken after the pair recorded a peak at 1.3292. Subsequently, the Pound lost the lead.
The GBPUSD yesterday attempted to rise with a peak of 1.3292, but closed down at 1.3235. Trade signals are neutral in the near future. We have a descending pin bar formed on the EMA 200, which implies a potential downward pressure for 1.3200 test. A clear breakthrough and daily closure under this support would have to take the price for retesting 1.3100. Immediate resistance is at 1.3315, whose breakthrough will clear the bull's path to 1.3360 or higher.
Не в тот раздел написал, по фунту есть агрессивная возможность купить от текущих цен со стопом под 1.3040 с перспективой роста в район 1.3050. Для консервативной покупки нужно увидеть закрепление цены выше 1.3260
The GBPUSD attempted to push lower yesterday bottomed at 1.3010 but closed higher at 1.3068. The bias is neutral in nearest term. Overall price is still in a bearish phase but 1.3000 key support area remains a good place to buy. Immediate resistance is seen around 1.3100. A clear break above that area could trigger further bullish pressure testing the upper line of the bearish channel and 1.3200 region. On the downside, a clear break below 1.3000 would expose 1.2750 region.
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