The Pound recently caught the bid tone to a high of $1.4086 on Monday as the latest development in Brexit talks renewed hopes for a softer Brexit between the Britain and the European Union (EU), and a possible solution to avoid a “hard border” for Northern Ireland. Moreover, upbeat UK jobs report today lifted the Pound sterling across the board.
Ahead in the week, the Bank of England will hold its meeting tomorrow, with consensus expecting no change in the refi rate and the MPC voting unanimously to keep the monetary status quo unchanged.
The hourly GBP/USD chart suggests a possible retracement near $1.3900/30 in the short term before the bulls take control again in the long run for a strong move upward to $1.4169 followed by $1.4346.
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