Currently, EUR/GBP is trading at 0.8902, up 0.02% on the day, having posted a daily high at 0.8941 and low at 0.8873.
EUR/GBP bulls lost some love last week on the back of a less dovish BoE, surprises in the UK economy post referendum vote, a u-turn in respect of Article 50 and fundamental demand for Sterling at attractive prices.
Then, in stark contrast to that of the eurozone, the ECB are expected to stick to QE with a bias to lower rates, a pending catastrophe in the banking sector and a fall out from the potential of other EU nations holding their own referendums, the euro is starting to feel the heat while markets get prepared for a Clinton victory that could add further supply to EUR/USD and pressure the cross.
Spot is presently trading at 0.8902, and next resistance can be seen at 0.8904 (Hourly 20 EMA), 0.8919 (Yesterday's High), 0.8922 (Daily 20 SMA), 0.8927 (Daily Classic R1) and 0.8936 (Weekly Classic PP). Next support to the downside can be found at 0.8900 (Weekly Low), 0.8892 (Monthly Low), 0.8892 (Daily Classic PP), 0.8878 (Daily Open) and 0.8873 (Daily Low).
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