Pound Sterling Price News and Forecast: GBP/USD hangs near session lows, around mid-1.4100s

GBP/USD: Break above 1.4203 to clear the way for a retest of key highs at 1.4238/49 – Credit Suisse

GBP/USD weakness has again been well supported. Above 1.4203, cable can ease the threat of a fresh setback for a retest of the 1.4238/49 highs, analysts at Credit Suisse report.

“Weakness in GBP/USD following another bearish ‘outside day’ has yet again been well supported just below the 1.4082 recent low, never mind the ‘neckline’ to the March/May base at 1.4017/06. The subsequent strong recovery reinforces in our view the likelihood that recent ranging and weakness remains a temporary phase before the core trend turns higher again.” Read more...

GBP/USD hangs near session lows, around mid-1.4100s

The GBP/USD pair retreated around 30 pips from intraday swing highs and was last seen hovering near the lower end of its intraday trading range, just above mid-1.4100s.

The pair struggled to capitalize on the previous day's strong bounce of over 100 pips from four-week lows, around the 1.4075-70 region and witnessed a subdued/range-bound price action on Friday. Worries that the UK may delay its plans to end restrictions fully on June 21 in light of the spread of the so-called Delta variant. This, along with mostly disappointing UK macro data, acted as a headwind for the British pound and capped gains for the GBP/USD pair. Read more...

GBP/USD refreshes session lows, around 1.4130 region amid notable USD strength

The GBP/USD pair extended its steady intraday descent through the early North American session and dropped to fresh daily lows, around the 1.4140-35 region in the last hour.

The pair struggled to capitalize on the previous day's solid bounce of over 100 pips from the 1.4075-70 region, or four-week lows and once again failed ahead of the 1.4200 mark. Investors remain worried that the UK may delay its plans to end restrictions fully on June 21 in light of the spread of the so-called Delta variant. Apart from this, the EU-UK collision over Norther Ireland protocol acted as a headwind for the British pound and prompted some fresh selling around the GBP/USD pair. Read more...


Today last price 1.4128
Today Daily Change -0.0048
Today Daily Change % -0.34
Today daily open 1.4176
Daily SMA20 1.4157
Daily SMA50 1.3996
Daily SMA100 1.392
Daily SMA200 1.3568
Previous Daily High 1.4178
Previous Daily Low 1.4073
Previous Weekly High 1.4249
Previous Weekly Low 1.4083
Previous Monthly High 1.4234
Previous Monthly Low 1.3801
Daily Fibonacci 38.2% 1.4138
Daily Fibonacci 61.8% 1.4113
Daily Pivot Point S1 1.4107
Daily Pivot Point S2 1.4038
Daily Pivot Point S3 1.4002
Daily Pivot Point R1 1.4212
Daily Pivot Point R2 1.4247
Daily Pivot Point R3 1.4317


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