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GBP/USD is under pressure
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GBP/USD has been consolidating between 1.3120 and 1.3010. Yesterday the pair broke below the support of the short-term triangle. This level is now providing resistance at 1.3080. The weekly pivot level is also keeping the prices under pressure below 1.3072. The moving averages on H4 are in the bearish position and favor the return of the price to 1.3010 and probably 1.2970.
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