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Kenny Fisher

GBP/USD has posted slight gains on Thursday. In the North American session, the pair is trading at 1.2883, up 0.26% on the day.

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Technical Analysis

GBP/USD has been range-bound since Monday, in what has been a lackluster week. There is support at 1.2810, which was under strong pressure earlier in the week. Above, we find resistance at 1.2925, which is protecting the symbolic level of 1.3000.

GBPUSD 1-Day Chart


USD/CAD is unchanged in Thursday’s North American session. Currently, the pair is trading at 1.3255, up 0.02% on the day. There are no major Canadian releases on the calendar, so I expect the Canadian dollar to show little movement for the remainder of the day.

Technical Analysis

The pair continues to test resistance at 1.3250, as this line remains is under strong pressure. Above, we find resistance at the round number of 1.3300. The 200-EMA remains just below the pair, in what could be the sign of an uptrend. Lower, there is support at 1.3150.

USD/CAD 1-Day Chart


EUR/GBP has posted small losses on Thursday. In the North American session, the pair is trading at 0.8555, down 0.13% on the day.

Technical Analysis

EUR/GBP has shown slow-but steady downward movement this week. The pair continues to test support at 0.8560. If EUR/GBP breaks below this line, the pair has room to move towards 0.8500, which is the next support level. On the upside, there is resistance at 0.8596. Above, there is resistance at the round number of 0.8700.

EUR/GBP 1-Day Chart
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