The weekly simple pivot point and the high-level zone at 1.3364/1.3370 has provided the GBP/USD pair with enough resistance for the rate to decline. Namely, during the first half of Monday's trading hours, the currency rate passed below the 100-hour SMA at 1.3340 and the 50-hour simple moving average at 1.3326.

In the case that the rate continues to decline, it could aim at the support of the 1.3300/1.3380 zone, which provided support on Thursday. Below the support zone, the pair might find support in the weekly S1 simple pivot point at 1.3264.

However, a potential recovery of the pair might make another attempt at passing the resistance zone at 1.3364/1.3370. Above this zone, note the 1.3400 mark, which is strengthened by the 200-hour simple moving average.


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