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Technical Analysis – EUR/GBP looks for a rebound

EUR/GBP looks for a rebound but nearby resistance seems strong.

EUR/GBP is searching for a new lower trough around the 0.8600 support area to add more credibility to the downward pattern started from the 10-year high of 0.9323.

The fast-Stochastics and the RSI hint that the odds for an upside correction are rising as the former has already rounded up in the oversold area and the latter has been flattening for a while around its 30 oversold level.

Resistance around 0.8655, where the 78.6% Fibonacci of the up-leg from 0.8470 to 0.9323 is placed, could determine whether a potential upside move could become stronger or softer in the short-term. If it proves a weak obstacle, with the price jumping decisively above it, the rally may stretch towards the previous low of 0.8785 in case the 0.8715 barrier fails to hold as well. Moving higher, the gate will open for the 50% Fibonacci of 0.8897.

Alternatively, if 0.8655 keeps control of the bulls, the focus will shift back to 0.8575, where the bearish action bottomed recently, while slightly lower the bears may find a tougher wall between 0.8530 and 0.8470.

Looking at the three-month window, the bearish outlook remains intact as the pair has yet to climb above 0.8785, in which case the market would resume its longer-term neutral direction.

Summarising, technical signals suggest that EUR/GBP could attempt to reverse higher in the short-term, though for a more meaningful rebound, the bulls may need to overcome the restrictive area around 0.8655. In the medium-term picture, only an upturn above 0.8785 could eliminate the negative outlook.


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