GBPUSD hammered down by Brexit fears.
GBPUSD continues to fall strongly mainly under the effect of the powerful bearish starlight sentiment after Boris Johnson said today that it was very likely that trade talks with the European Union would fail and that the United Kingdom will leave the bloc at the end of year without a deal. His words highlight the UK’s resolve to start trading on WTO terms which is putting extreme downward pressure on sterling – “I think will be wonderful for the UK, we’ll be able to do exactly what we want from January 1. I’ve no doubt this country can get ready and as I say, come out on World Trade terms.” These words indicate UK government might already be preparing for the hard exit from EU – which is a very strong sell signal for GBPUSD.
Expect sellers on upward corrections.
Next support to watch – 1.310
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