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Broke out of upwards trend line, waiting on a bearish pull back.
This pair likes to respect levels.
Fibonacci reversal 38.2 level as well as a flag pattern. Fundamentally speaking, Interest rate increase, ignore the other garbage stating otherwise. Basic fundamentals: An increase in the interest rate increases the value of the currency. Exports cost more, Imports become cheaper.
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One of the economic releases of the day was the U.S. Crude Oil Inventories which helps measures the weekly change in the number of barrels of commercial crude oil held by US firms. The way it works is that the amount of inventories helps influence the price petroleum products which can have an encounter with the inflation rates. Traders have got two things which ...
Price action formed a Bearish Cypher formation (D Completion around the 0.69321 level found the pattern late but luckily and happend to give me a better risk reward. price action was consolidating for most of the day at a loss until RBNZ Press Conference and RBNZ Monetary Policy news took place then price rolled over and both target 1 and 2's got taken out in less ...
See chart for fundamental and technical analysis. I have given a timeline of Brexit events and the reasoning for its effects on the Pound Sterling. The combination of technical analysis and a strong likelihood of a Conservative landslide (Soft Brexit) should see the GBP surge, and hopefully see GBP recover to its pre-Brexit highs.