GBP/USD is falling reduced as the US Dollar companies on persistent speculation the Federal Reserve will begin debating whether to draw some of its financial stimulation for the US market -- although a real tapering stays far off.
As the graph below reveals, GBP/USD is still sitting on service from both near-term and marginally longer-term trendlines that now check in about 1.4120 also as moving average and round-number service at 1.41. Notice, however, that a further slide to under additional trendline support at 1.3950 will be required prior to the prognosis turns bearish longer duration.
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In terms of the US Dollar, traders need to be on the lookout for any indications that the Fed is closer to winding back its stimulation measures although officials continue to insist that a tapering stays far down the street, that inflation remains subdued, it is too premature to discuss withdrawing stimulation and an actual rate of interest increase is even farther off.
Any these hints will probably give USD a further increase at the cost of currencies such as the Pound, the Euro along with the Australian Dollar.