CME Group’s preliminary figures for GBP futures markets saw open interest declining for the second day in a row, this time by more than 4.6K contracts on Wednesday vs. Tuesday’s final 202,693 contracts. Volume followed suit, dropping by almost 4K contracts.
GBP/USD further downside at odds
The continuation of the downtrend in Cable appears unlike so far today, as open interest and volume kept decreasing along with prices, all indicative that a potential reversion of the trend remains well on the cards.
All the attention, however, will be on the Brexit negotiations and the upcoming EU Sumit next week.
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