GBP has found some support after BoC’s former Governor M.Carney was appointed as successor of M.King at the BoE. M.Carney remarked price and financial stability as key issues for the BoE.
While markets remain unbiased waiting for the outcome of the EcoFin meeting, the cross is now losing 0.13% at 1.6012 with the next resistance at 1.6043 (high Nov.7) followed by 1.6063 (MA55d) and 1.6133 (high Nov.2).
On the flip side, a breakout of 1.5970 (MA21d) would open the door to 1.5924 (MA10d) and 1.5857 (MA200d).
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