In a call scheduled for January 25, 00:30 am GMT+2, Microsoft will publish the company's earnings for the final quarter of 2022 and comment on the results, projections, and outlook for the nearest future of the company.
EUR/GBP: will it break the channel's roof?
2020-10-14 • Updated
While the Brexit talks are going at minimum speed and the time is running away, EUR/GBP offers interesting layout to trade.
On the H4 chart below, you will see that since the middle of September, the pair has been slowly descending from the heights above 0.92 to the current area above 0.91. At the moment, it is challenging the downtrend’s upper border at 0.9110. If bulls succeed to break it, the resistance of 0.9150 will be the next target. However, only reaching 0.92 would mean that the downward channel is broken.
The alternative scenario is the downward bounce. In this case, EUR/GBP will go down all the way from 0.9110 to at least 0.9040. In fact, 0.90 would be a more likely center of gravity for bears.
In a call scheduled for January 25, 00:30 am GMT+2, the Tesla Inc. team will publish the company's earnings for the final quarter of 2022 and comment on the results, projections, and outlook for the nearest future of the company.
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