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GBP/USD: bears broke trend
2019-11-11 • Updated
The pair faced support at 1.2755, so there's a "Double Bottom", which has been confirmed. Nevertheless, bulls couldn't break resistance at 1.2887, which means there's an option to have another decline towards the next support at 1.2816 - 1.2774. If a pullback from these levels happens afterwards, bulls will probably try to test the 55 Moving Average.
We've got a "V-Bottom", so the price is consolidating along the 55 Moving Average. In this case, the market is likely going to decline in the direction of support at 1.2816 - 1.2793. However, if we have a pullback from this area, there'll be a green light for another test of the 55 Moving Average.
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