New lockdown restrictions, BoE further confirming their intent to add negative interest rate to their toolbox to be used if necessary (and data is disapointing), all negative in the future, but the big driver will still be if any kind of deal is struck by Thursday or not. Plenty of optimism is already priced in. But it seems increasingly unlikely that a comprehensive deal that both UK and EU can agree upon will be struck, some barebone deal maybe.
Devhuti posted: 6th November 2015 check me out thanks The GBPUSD had a bearish momentum yesterday bottomed at 1.5359. The bias is bearish in nearest term especially if price able to make a clear break and consistent movement below the H4 EMA 200 located around 1.5370 targeting 1.5300 or lower. Immediate resistance is seen around 1.5400. A clear break above that area could lead price to neutral zone in nearest term but key resistance remains around 1.5505 area which remains a good place to sell with a tight stop loss. We will have some high impact news from the UK today: BOE inflation report, MPC official bank rate votes and monetary policy summary.
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