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Technical Analysis – GBP/CHF bears keep pushing in the oversold area

GBP/CHF bears are keeping control of the pair for the sixth consecutive week, driving it down by more than 6.0% since the peak at 1.3398 and near an almost five-month low of 1.2539.

Specifically, the price is far below its simple moving averages (SMA) at the moment, suggesting that the downward pattern may not be easy to reverse in the short-term. The momentum indicators are also painting an overall cloudy picture for the short-term as the red Tenkan-Sen continues to point down below the blue Kijun-Sen. The MACD is showing a soft upside tendency and the RSI has been fluctuating in the oversold area for almost a month, increasing the chances for an upward correction although as long as it remains in the bearish zone, the risk remains negative.

The sell-off could get new legs under the 1.2410 key support level, with the spotlight turning next to the 1.2300-1.2238 area, a familiar zone for the bears.

Should the price return above 1.26, immediate resistance could appear around 1.2680 and near the 20-day SMA (1.2700). Further up, the bullish action may strengthen until it potentially meets the 1.2780 level.

Meanwhile, in the medium-term context, the situation is also bearish, with the negatively sloped 50-day SMA decreasing hopes for an outlook reversal.

In brief, GBP/CHF is still facing bearish pressures both in the short and the medium-term picture.


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Source: XM

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