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.
GBP/USD got stuck at the border
2019-11-11 • Updated
BUY 1.3120 SL 1.3065 TP1 1.3250 TP2 1.3500
SELL 1.2930 SL 1.2985 TP 1.2810
On the daily chart, there are medium- and long-term trading channels. If GBP/USD rises to June high, it will be able to continue rising towards 200% target of AB=CD pattern. On the other hand, a break below diagonal support and 1.2930 will increase the risks of correction towards the lower border of the medium-term channel.
On H1, bulls are in control. Never the less, decline below the psychological level of 1.3000 may change everything.
The US Dollar has been remarkably sluggish for the past few weeks despite being within a distinct Demand zone. My expectation of a springing rebound off the demand zone has not exactly played out yet, however, the zone remains unbroken.
As I earlier indicated in my article this week, I am expecting an upward push from the Dollar as a reaction from the Demand zone I have marked out. The PPI release earlier moved prices a bit but lacked sufficient momentum to cause a significant break of structure - and thus, no change of trend.
This week, there are a few high-probability trade ideas I'd like to recommend to you. Trading these setups, be sure to implement a proper risk management approach.
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