EUR/GBP is the forex ticker that tells traders how many British Pounds are needed to buy a Euro. It is one of the most traded currency pairs worldwide because it marries two significant European economies: the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom (UK). Use the EUR/GBP chart to follow the live Euro-Sterling rate and read the latest news and analysis to inform your fundamental and technical analysis. Our EUR/GBP forecast provides additional insights to help you plan your trades.
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$EURGBP has fallen over 6% since August and is now rapidly approaching a critical support level not reached since May. Will a break below accelerate the aggressive selloff? Find out from @ZabelinDimitri here: https://t.co/CBM8Fg7vM0 https://t.co/0yDnEpzQqR
When I get in in the morning, charts I look at first to check key themes:
-$USDCNH - Trade Wars
-$SPX (Eminis) - Risk Trends
-$XAUUSD - Monetary Policy
-$CL_F (recently) - Geopolitical Tension
-$EURGBP - Brexit
-US10Y-US03MY - Recession Fears
$EURGBP’s almost-five percent decline appears to be reversing now as the pair slowly gathers momentum to test support-now-turned resistance. Will #Brexit risks amplify the pair’s rebound? Find out from @ZabelinDimitri here: https://t.co/JLnvKayOlv https://t.co/mt5EN1z1wH
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