The below is the H4 chart of the GBPUSD. The green 5-period EMA has crossed below the orange 10-period EMA (green ellipse). Moreover, the RSI has dipped below 50 which is indicative of bearishness (blue rectangle). If the EMAs develop angle and separation it will be regarded as bearish. We continue to monitor

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