- GBP/USD corrected lower, but it remained supported above 1.4100.
- A key bullish trend line is forming with support near 1.4060 on the 4-hours chart.
- EUR/USD remained well bid above the 1.2150 support zone.
- Gold price is stable above $1,850, while crude oil price climbed higher above $65.00.
GBP/USD Technical Analysis
This past week, the British Pound gained strength above 1.4100 against the US Dollar. GBP/USD climbed further above 1.4200 before it started a downside correction.
Looking at the 4-hours chart, the pair traded as high as 1.4233 before starting a downside correction. There was a break above the 1.4200 level, but the pair remained well above the 100 simple moving average (red, 4-hours) and the 200 simple moving average (green, 4-hours).
It broke the 1.4150 support and tested the 1.4100 zone. It seems like there is a decent support forming near the 1.4150 level. There is also a key bullish trend line forming with support near 1.4060 on the same chart.
The next major support is near the 1.4040 level and the 100 simple moving average (red, 4-hours). Any more losses might call for a test of the 1.3920 support.
On the upside, the pair is facing hurdles near 1.4200 and 1.4230. A clear break above the 1.4230 zone is likely to set the pace for a move towards the 1.4300 and 1.4320 levels.
Looking at EUR/USD, the pair is stable above the 1.2150 support and it is likely to aim a break above the 1.2250 level in the near term.
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