01 May 06:41 PM
Forex news, GBPUSD. BNY Mellon experts believe that the Bank of England will inevitably face problems, caused by the increase of British currency. This may stipulate verbal interventions from the Bank. Times change, and the Bank of England will have to cede the secrecy, which it has always demonstrated in monetary policy.
British pound is turning into shelter currency again. Such change of roles is happening under the influence of investors, who are trying to avoid the impact of debt crisis in eurozone. However, the change is happening in inconvenient for British government time, and higher GBPUSD may have negative impact on the efforts of British government that are directed at fighting recession.
GBPUSD remains within long-term rising trend. According to the experts of Masterforex-V Trading System Department, the pair has finished forming 3rd sub-wave or sub-wave А(С)/С as a part of long-term bullish wave С. At this point GBPUSD currency pair is within the zone of forming 4th sub-wave or sub-wave В(С) of bullish trend. 5th sub-wave or sub-wave А as a part of Elder’s Hound/MF will start when local maximum is broken. The closest resistance is provided by Fibonacci points 1.6345 and 1.6389. Further decline will be supported by pivot MF 1.6152, as well as the end of 4th sub-wave – 1.6062, and sloping channel MF.
You are free to discuss this article here: forum for traders and investors
Over 50 currency pairs as well as precious metals, stock indices, commodities and stocks. All of them available through a truly powerful and globally recognized trading platfrom - MetaTrader 4 and/or MetaTrader5 (mobile versions are available as well).
The world's most popular currency pair which is EURUSD has been trading within the scope of a pretty wide price range (1.2858-1.2962) for 3 days in a row. While staying within the range, the common currency tried to strengthen against the US Dollar yesterday.
The EU is ready to introduce another package of sanctions against the Russian Federation. The sanctions may influence negatively on the European economy, which may result on the common European currency losing even more of its value against the US Dollar.