Forex Flash: GBP/USD, sticking with targets at 1.56 and 1.53 - RBS

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FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - After the failed attempt to break 1.6300, the GBP/USD bias is still for this level to hold over what should be a 'Dollar strong' quarter, says William Moore, FX strategists at RBS.

"The foray above the 1.6300 ceiling was brief and occurred at during poor liquidity over the holiday period. I don't believe that this represents the overall tone of the market and once the liquidity returns the ceiling will return with it" William notes.

William adds: "I stick with my targets at 1.56 and 1.53 for this quarter. I would revisit my view following a weekly close above the 1.6300 level. The near term support level is the Nov '12 low at 1.5829. Should I be wrong and the market trade above the 1.6300 level then look to 1.6816 for the next meaningful resistance level."



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