- Sideways movement continues, though the early week saw the Euro clip higher following Brexit ministers' protest resignations.
- Brexit concerns are keeping the Sterling constrained, while the Euro sees limited gains against a strong Greenback.
- 0.8850 remains a key level for the EUR/GBP, has remained near the level for over 40 weeks.
EUR/GBP Chart, 15-Minute
|Support 1:||0.8834 (current day low)|
|Support 2:||0.8820 (previous day low)|
|Support 3:||0.8812 (current week low)|
|Resistance 1:||0.8853 (current day high)|
|Resistance 2:||0.8860 (July 11th swing high)|
|Resistance 3:||0.8900 (current week high; major technical level)|
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