Analysts at Commerzbank explained that EUR/GBP had bounced to and halted at the 55-day ma at 0.8871, near-term risks remain on the downside.
"Attention remains on a major support band, namely the September low at 0.8746/33 and the 55-week ma at 0.8730.
Risks are on the downside, but we suspect that the market is not yet ready to break lower.
Below 0.8730 would target the 0.8530/78.6% retracement of the move seen this year.
Near-term rallies should find decent resistance at 0.8840/80 (38.2% and 50% retracements of last leg down.
Where are we wrong?
Key near-term resistance is the 0.9034 12th October 2017 high. This guards the 0.8838 August high.
Short-Term Trend (1-3 weeks): Stabilised at the 55-week ma Long."
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