On January 12, the Bureau of Statistics will publish the Consumer Price Index (CPI) figures, a key index for determining interest rates. While we await the release, experts forecast a decline in the CPI data, a hint at weaker Dollar values in the global markets.
EUR/GBP: bulls counterattacked
2019-11-11 • Updated
BUY 0.881 SL 0.8755 TP1 0.891 TP2 0.9
SELL 0.8755 SL 0.881 TP 0.8655
On the daily chart, EUR/GBP bulls are trying to hold at the lower border of the 0.8775-0.8900 consolidation range. If they fail, a formation of the “Shark” and “Shakeout-Fakeout” pattern will increase the risks of the pair’s advance above 0.9000.
On H1, EUR/GBP is in the final stage of the “Widening wedge”. A break of resistance at 0.8795 (23.6% of the wave 4-5) and 0.8810 will open the way to the upside. Selling the pair will become a good idea below support at 0.8755.
The trend in the scenario above is clearly bearish. We have also had a recent break of structure at the marked horizontal arrows, which means we can expect price to react from the supply zone that broke the structure.
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