GBP/USD upside looking good on GDP day

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GBP/USD is trading in a range as a new week of trading and Brexit headlines begins. UK GDP stands out on Monday and the pair has room to the upside.

The Technical Confluences Indicator shows that cable enjoys significant support around 1.2920 where we see a dense cluster including the Fibonacci 38.2% one-month, the Friday’s low, the Pivot Point one-day Support 1, the Fibonacci 23.6% one-week, and the Bollinger Band 1h-Lower.

The next support line is quite close. At 1.2895 we note the convergence of the Pivot Point one-day Support 2, the Simple Moving Average 100 one-day, and the SMA 200-4h.

Resistance is weaker than support and found at 1.2970. It is the convergence of the SMA 5-1d, the BB 1h-Upper, and the PP one-day R1.

The next significant juncture of resistance lines is at 1.3030 where we see the SMA 200-1d, the SMA 100-4h, and the Fibonacci 23.6% one-month converge.

This is how it looks on the tool:

GBP USD confluence analysis February 11 2019

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