- GBP/USD remains depressed, refreshes intraday low amid Brexit, virus woes.
- Downside break of 200-HMA also favors the sellers despite oversold RSI conditions.
GBP/USD stays offered around the intraday low of 1.3363m, down 0.86% on a day, during early Monday. In doing so, the Cable extends Friday’s losses amid fears of a no Brexit deal in 2020 and the new covid variant outbreak.
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The resulted moves have recently broken 200-HMA, which in turn directs GBP/USD sellers toward 61.8% Fibonacci retracement of December 11-17 upside, near 1.3320.
During the quote’s further weakness past-1.3320, the mid-December low near 1.3280 and the monthly bottom surrounding 1.3135 should return to the charts.
Meanwhile, an upside clearance of 200-HMA, at 1.3407 now, need RSI recovery to regain the 1.3500 threshold.
Furthermore, any extended north-run past-1.3500 will refresh the month’s peak, also the highest since May 2018, near 1.3630.
GBP/USD DAILY CHART
Trend: Further downside likely