The U.S. dollar experienced a long-needed recovery against most of its major peers at the beginning of this week while the strongest move was seen against the euro. The EUR/USD dropped below 1.20 and extended its slide towards 1.1950. Whether we will see further losses in this pair remains to be seen and hinges on the appetite for dollars ahead of Friday’s U.S. CPI data.
Unlike the euro, the pound sterling was able to stem the decline and rebounded against the greenback after it marked a recent support at 1.3520. Our assumption of a steeper slide following a break below 1.3540 has been shown to be false, at least for now. We still see a higher likelihood of an extended upside swing after a break above 1.3590. However, if the pound falls back below 1.3530 it may be vulnerable for a break below 1.3520. Lets us be surprised.
Sterling traders should keep an eye on important price barriers shown in the table below.
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