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GBP/USD Sustains Beyond 1.1050 Before Fedspeak

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GBP/USD struggled to climb to a positive area higher than 1.1050 during the European Session today (Today). This happened following the pairs testing the price level of 1.1000 during the session. Also, the short-term perspective of the pair portrays that it may increase its correction if it should to break the 1.1140 ceilings. However, the risk avoidance market environment may offer some resistance to this possibility.


Earlier today, the BOE declared that it had purposed to buy index-related gifts, and repeated that it is set to buy up to ten billion pound worth of gifts every day, till the end of this week. After this declaration, the ten-year United Kingdom bond yield, which gathered beyond 4% yesterday, slid lower and then recorded losses of about 4.4%. Therefore, the bettering market situation appears to be assisting the GBP to retain a foothold in the meantime. In turn, this will influence the GBP/USD price movements as well.

GBP/USD Sustain Beyond 1.1050 Before Fedspeak

Additionally Facts Surrounding GBP/USD Price Dynamics
During this, the released data from the United Kingdom National Statistics showed that the ILO Jobless rate reduced by 3.5% in 3 months to August from 3.6%. Contrarily, the Claimant Count change increased to 25,500 during the last month as it arrived poorer that market anticipation for a reduction of 11,400.

In the second part of today, the United States economic documents will be showing any important data published. And, so long as the United Kingdom’s gilt yield keeps falling lower, then the United States bond yield will probably remain pressurized too. The standard ten-year United States Treasury bond was last perceived recording minor daily losses near 3.9 %. If the global bond market stays steady, GBP/USD may retain its ground.

However, the United Kingdom FTSE 100 Index fell by over 1% on the day and the United States stock, as well as index futures, are losing between 0.7% – 0.8%. Until risk movements set in again into the market in the American trading hours, the dollar should conserve its momentum and cap GBP/USD upward movement.

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