GBPUSD - Heading into the Bank of England interest rate decision tomorrow, the focus remains on the weekly opening range in sterling. While the immediate risk remains for a near-term rebound, I would be looking to sell strength sub- 1.4580/88 - a level defined by the monthly open & the February high-day close. Outlook / Levels remain unchanged.
EURUSD- The euro has responded to key near-term support noted last week with the subsequent rebound now testing initial resistance at the May high-day close / 1.1443 . We could get some more upside from here but we're on the lookout for short-triggers. Levels / Outlook unchanged with our broader focus weighted to the downside while below the 2016 high-day reversal close at 1.1495 .
AUDCAD- The pair continues to carve out a well-defined weekly opening range as we continue to consolidate above near-term support. Price action in USDCAD & AUDUSD respectively offer little in the way of guidance at this point but the game plan remains unchanged- We're looking for either a breach of the opening range to offer a relief rally & short-entries higher up towards the upper median-line parallels or a break sub- 9450 to target more significant technical support into 9377/87 .
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