GBP/USD: Sterling Clings To Brexit Hopes, But COVID May Lock It To The Downside

Election fever overshadows the all-important release of third-quarter Gross Domestic Product data in the US. Economists expect a surge of over 30% annualized, paring most of the collapse seen in the second quarter.

Overall, the recent recovery may be short-lived.

GBP/USD Technical Analysis

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Bears remain in control after cable tumbled below the uptrend support line on Wednesday. Moreover, the currency pair failed to recapture the 50 Simple Moving Average on the four-hour chart and momentum remains to the downside.

The round 1.30 level remains a battleground. IT is followed by Wednesday’s swing low of 1.2920, followed by 1.2860.

Resistance is at the daily high of 1.3020, followed by 1.3060 and 1.3080, recent swing highs.

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