The GBP/USD pair looks to be stabilizing above its 55-day moving average at 1.3761 and weakness stays seen as corrective prior to the core bull trend resuming towards the recent reaction high at 1.4017, economists at Credit Suisse appraise.
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“GBP/USD weakness has been well supported above price support at 1.3776 and with the 55-day average not just below here at 1.3761 and with the market back above its 13-day exponential average, the risk looks to be building the worst of the corrective setback may already be over. Above the 38.2% retracement of the recent sell-off at 1.3954 is needed to add weight to this view for a retest of the recent reaction high at 1.4017.”
“Beyond the 1.4017 level is needed to suggest a fresh base is in place for a resumption of the core uptrend back to the 1.4237 current cycle high, then our first core upside target of 1.4302/77, which includes the key highs of 2018 and 50% retracement of the fall from 2014.”
“Support is seen at 1.3918 initially, then 1.3880, with a move below 1.3846 needed to reassert a bearish tone again for a fall back to retest 1.3779/61, where we would again look for a floor. A break though would warn of a test of the medium-term uptrend from March 2020, today seen at 1.3689.”