GBP/USD is up 0.04% at 1.2446 facing the next hurdle at 1.2556 (high Apr.3) followed by 1.2598 (high Mar.28) and finally 1.2562 (high Mar.31). On the other hand, a breakdown of 1.2395 (20-day sma) would expose 1.2375 (low Mar.29) and then 1.2362 (50% Fibo of the March up move).
The pound recorded a second consecutive loss against the dollar on Tuesday. The British currency continued negative momentum from the beginning of the week, but the decrease was not significant. If the bearish sentiment, however, become more intensive, the support at 1.2329 will be overcome soon. The session started at a price of 1.2484, while the pound lost 46 pips to the finish. The trend was volatile but ultimately the downward direction prevailed and the pair hit bottom at 1.2418.
Key support is at 1.2418, a breakdown below this level will confirm that the uptrend from 1.2109 had completed at 1.2615 already, then the following downward movement could bring price to 1.2200 area. Key resistance is at 1.2557, a break of this level will indicate that the uptrend from 1.2109 has resumed, then next target would be at 1.2650 area.
GBP/USD is down 0.27% at 1.2435 and a breakdown of 1.2427 (20-day sma) would expose 1.2375 (low Mar.29) and then 1.2362 (50% Fibo of the March up move). On the other hand, the next hurdle aligns at 1.2556 (high Apr.3) followed by 1.2598 (high Mar.28) and finally 1.2562 (high Mar.31).
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