In the United Kingdom, The CPI fell further in June, standing at 2.4%. The short-term prospects are lower than three months, reflecting declines in energy prices and a more broad-based weakness of price pressures. Assuming no change in interest rates and the asset purchase program 375b are kept in pounds, inflation has a little more likely to be below than above the target of 2% for much of the second half of the forecast period, as the impact of external price pressures are relieved vanishes and the internal pressures of costs.
The technical analyst team at Amplify Trading have determined the next short-term resistances facing the pair are located at 1.5683, then 1.5743, and finally 1.5803. On the decent, the pair’s southward movement will be tempered by key supports at 1.5563, 1.5503, and ultimately 1.5443.