According to CME Group’s flash figures for GBP future markets, investors added almost 16.5K contracts to their open interest positions on Tuesday vs. Monday’s final 253,422 contracts. Volume followed suit, increasing by around 48.3K contracts, the second consecutive build and the largest since May 29.
GBP/USD could re-visit 1.3300
Cable’s leg lower has been in tandem with rising open interest and volume, a bearish sign that could see the downside intensified along with another visit of YTD lows in the 1.3300 neighbourhood in the near term horizon.
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