GBP/USD to slide towards the 1.1710/00 area in the coming days.

There is nothing in terms of good news for the UK or the GBP. Economists at Scotiabank expect the GBP/USD to slump towards the 1.17100/00 region.

Prospects for sterling remain very dim

“Prospects for sterling remain very dim but a lot of bad news may already be priced into the GBP outlook – which might be the best we can say about the pound for now.”“A drop to the 1.17000/10 is the least we can expect from the GBP in the coming days.”

“Resistance is 1.1840 and 1.1925/30.”“Key resistance – and safe ground for the GBP – is 1.2005 (double top trigger) but that looks too distant to be relevant from a short-term point of view.”

EUR/USD touches fresh multi-year lows below 0.9950

EUR/USD has extended its slide and touched its weakest level since December 2002 below 0.9950 during the American trading hours on Monday. In the absence of high-tier data releases, the dollar outperforms its rivals as it continues to capitalize on safe-haven flows.

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GBP/USD falls to lowest level since March 2020 near 1.1750

Pressured by the unabated dollar strength, GBP/USD continued to push lower in the second half of the day and touched its weakest level in over two years below 1.1760. After having gained more than 2% last week, the US Dollar Index is up nearly 1% on the day near 109.00.

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