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GBPUSD Price at Risk of Break Lower on Brexit Splits, Firm Dollar

GBPUSD Price at Risk of Break Lower on Brexit Splits, Firm Dollar

2018-09-27 11:00:00
Martin Essex, MSTA, Analyst

GBPUSD price, news and analysis:

  • Brexit splits among members of the UK Cabinet, alongside a modestly firmer US Dollar, could endanger the past month’s advance in GBPUSD.
  • Technically, the pair is now sitting on trendline support; losses are likely if it breaks.

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GBPUSD facing possible correction lower

After advancing steadily since the middle of last month, factors are conspiring to undermine the GBPUSD price.

The Times newspaper reported Thursday that UK Prime Minister Theresa May is losing the support of her Cabinet for a no-deal Brexit if the European Union again rejects her “Chequers” proposals for an agreement next month.

In addition, the US Dollar is modestly firmer in the wake of Wednesday’s decision by the Federal Reserve to increase US interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point, as expected. Together, these factors are outweighing any optimism about a possible US-UK trade deal after a meeting between May and US President Donald Trump.

GBPUSD Price Chart, Daily Timeframe (May 30 – September 27, 2018)

Latest GBPUSD price chart.

Chart by IG

Meanwhile, as the GBPUSD chart above shows, the pair is now sitting on trendline support and any break below it would be a negative technical signal. However, the downside is also protected by the 100-day moving average at 1.3090 and the 20-day moving average at 1.3076 before the September 21-24 lows between 1.3054 and 1.3063 will come into focus.

If, on the other hand, the trendline support holds, a move back towards the middle of the upward sloping channel around 1.33 is possible.

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--- Written by Martin Essex, Analyst and Editor

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