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Last week, EUR/GBP recovered from 0.8800 (the 61.8% Fibo retracement of the March-August advance) and 0.8835 (100- and 50-week MAs; 200-day MA). This area seems like strong support. In addition, on H4 the euro has already managed to recover above the 50- and 100-period MAs. The advance above 0.8900 will open the way for further correction up to 0.8940 (upper border of the descending channel) and 0.8965 (100-day MA). The decline below 0.8875 will make the pair retest 0.8850 and 0.8835. At these levels, it will be possible once again to consider buying. The longer-term outlook will turn negative only below 0.88.
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