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Brexit Latest: GBPUSD Drops Below 1.3000 as Third Vote Fails

Brexit Latest: GBPUSD Drops Below 1.3000 as Third Vote Fails

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BREXIT LATEST – TALKING POINTS

  • UK PM Theresa May’s EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement has been defeated again, this time by a margin of 286 votes in favor to 344 against. GBPUSD dropped below 1.3000 for the first time since March 11 following the results
  • European Council President Donald Tusk has called for an emergency Brexit summit on April 10; the UK is set for a no deal, ‘hard Brexit’ on April 12
  • Take a look at this Brexit Timeline for a chronological series of events surrounding UK leaving the EU and impact on the British Pound

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UK PM Theresa May’s EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement has been defeated again, this time by a margin of 286 votes in favor to 344 against. The third failed vote now puts the prime minister in the uneasy position of feeling immense pressure to resign.

After reaching an agreement with the European Commission to extend the Brexit deadline to April 12, the failure of the third vote means that a no-deal, ‘hard Brexit’ is possible in two weeks time. This can still occur despite British MPs voting previously against no-deal Brexit as the motion was not legally binding – hard Brexit thus remains the legal default.

GBPUSD CURRENCY PRICE CHART: 1-MINUTE TIMEFRAME (MARCH 27, 2019 TO MARCH 29, 2019)

GBPUSD Currency Price Chart After Third Brexit Vote

GBPUSD plunged from 1.3065 to a low of 1.2984 immediately following the news but has since climbed back above the 1.3000 handle.

In response to today’s third ‘meaningful vote’ results, European Commission President Donald Tusk has called for an emergency summit on April 10 in hopes to avoid the worst-case scenario as the fate of Brexit – as well as GBP and the UK’s economy – hangs in limbo.

However, Tusk and other EU leaders have adamantly stated that the European Council will not re-open Brexit discussions to further negotiate outstanding issues like the Irish backstop which has caused much of the impasse. As such, the vast uncertainty surrounding Brexit has recently pushed GBP implied volatility to extremes.

BRITISH POUND IMPLIED VOLATILITY AND TRADING RANGES

GBPUSD EURGBP GBPJPY British Pound Currency Price Chart Implied Volatility and Trading Ranges After Third Brexit VoteBritish Pound GBP Implied Volatility Price Chart against Euro and Japanese Yen EUR JPY

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Written by Christopher Vecchio, CFA, Senior Currency Strategist

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