CME Group’s preliminary figures for open interest in GBP futures show contracts rose to 260,268 on Friday vs. Thursday’s 256,885 contracts, hinting at the possibility of a potential continuation of the consolidative theme around current levels.
Beware of ‘Brexit’ talks
Furthermore, potential gains in Cable are seen facing strong resistance around the 55-day sma near 1.2800 the figure for the time being, although GBP’s price action in the near to medium terms should largely hinge on the evolution of the Brexit negotiations, which are expected to start today.
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