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Technical Analysis – EUR/GBP dives to 5-month lows

EUR/GBP dives to 5-month lows; downtrend in progress.

EUR/GBP’s rebound off 0.8785 proved fragile as sellers took full control below 0.9000, violently pushing the price towards a five-month low of 0.8623 early on Wednesday.

Technically, the market looks to have entered oversold territory as the RSI is close to 30 and the fast-Stochastics are searching for a bullish cross under 20. However, both indicators need to show a clear upside reversal to confirm that selling pressure has hit limits.

Interestingly, a lower high at 0.9018 has followed the creation of a lower low at 0.8785, scrapping the uptrend started in May and signaling that a downward pattern may be in progress.

A rally above 0.9050 is probably what traders would like to see to resume buying interest. Before that, however, the price needs to overcome the 200-day simple moving average (SMA) currently at 0.8816, the 50% Fibonacci of the up-leg from 0.8470 to 0.9323 at 0.8897, and then the 0.9000 round level.

Should the bears drive the price below 0.8620, the way could open towards the 0.8530-0.8470 support area, where any breakout could bottom somewhere near the 0.8340 former level.

Meanwhile, in the medium-term window, the neutral outlook switched to bearish after the close below 0.8785, with the weakening SMAs endorsing the negative change in the sentiment.

Summarising, bears are expected to keep driving EUR/GBP lower, though they look to be running out of fuel, signaling that negative momentum is close to stalling. The downside trend, however, could remain in place, reinforcing the discouraging outlook in the medium-term picture.


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Source: XM

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