GBP/USD has fallen to the floor with sterling smashed across the board.
EUR/GBP has rallied to the 0.91 handle and the pound has dropped below the 1.23 handle to 1.2109 lows and there is not anything out there currently explaining the move. There has been a great deal of skepticism over the Brexit scenario and the pound has been soft ever since the weekend's announcements from May that there is basically no way around a hard Brexit.
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Technicals are blown away here but analysts at Commerzbank offered a Long term trend outlook (1-3 months): Target 1.2200, then the 1.0463, the 1985 low.
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