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These Three Factors Favor Continued British Pound Weakness

These Three Factors Favor Continued British Pound Weakness

David Rodriguez, Head of Product

- British Pound breaking key lows on strong FX trading volume

- Clear links between Sterling and UK Yields helps explain part of the move

- Sharp swings in forex trader sentiment warn of continued losses.

The British Pound looks at risk of continued weakness as three key factors favor GBPUSD declines.

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British Pound Breaks Key Support on Strong Volume, Points to Continuation Lower

These Three Factors Favor Continued British Pound Weakness

Source: FXCM Trading Station Desktop, Prepared by David Rodriguez.

British Pound Yield Advantage Shrinks, Favors Dollar Strength

These Three Factors Favor Continued British Pound Weakness

Data source: Bloomberg, Prepared by David Rodriguez

Retail Forex Traders Turn Net Long the British Pound

These Three Factors Favor Continued British Pound Weakness

Source: FXCM Retail FX Positioning Data, Prepared by David Rodriguez.

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Forex Correlations Summary

View forex correlations to the S&P 500, S&P Volatility Index (VIX), Crude Oil Futures prices, US Treasury Yields, and Spot Gold prices.

These Three Factors Favor Continued British Pound Weakness

Data source: Bloomberg. Chart source: R SEE GUIDE ON READING THE ABOVE CHART

--- Written by David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist for DailyFX.com David specializes in automated trading strategies. Find out more about our automated sentiment-based strategies on DailyFX PLUS.

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