GBP/USD - British Pound US Dollar

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1.5186 +0.0053    +0.35%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: British Pound
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.5132
  • Bid/Ask: 1.5185 / 1.5186
  • Day's Range: 1.5128 - 1.5237
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GBP/USD Overview

Prev. Close1.5132
Day's Range1.5128 - 1.5237
52 wk Range1.4563 - 1.6227
1-Year Return-4.87%

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Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Monday, October 5, 2015
01:30   GBP GBP/USD Index     53.5%  
01:30   USD Gold Index     56.0%  
01:30   USD S&P 500 Index     38.2%  
04:30   GBP Services PMI (Sep)   56.0 55.6  
09:45   USD Markit Composite PMI (Sep)     55.3  
09:45   USD Services PMI (Sep)     55.6  
10:00   USD CB Employment Trends Index (Oct)     128.80  
10:00   USD ISM Non-Manufacturing Business Activity (Sep)   61.2 63.9  
10:00   USD ISM Non-Manufacturing Employment (Sep)     56.0  
10:00   USD ISM Non-Manufacturing New Orders (Sep)     63.4  
10:00   USD ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI (Sep)   57.7 59.0  
10:00   USD ISM Non-Manufacturing Prices (Sep)     50.8  

Central Banks

Bank of England (BOE)
Current Rate 0.50%
Chairman Mark Carney
Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 0.00%-0.25%
Chairman Janet L. Yellen

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Jay Kumar
Jay Kumar 3 hours ago
I am stuck on a position from a week and a half ago I had a buy at 1.5264, and have been patient hoping to close it at break even. . What does anyone think about the range that we can expect on Monday?. Looking at the daily candles it looks to me like a bullish trend may possibly be starting, and thankfully it didn't retrace back down fully on Friday to a low point!. I have been hedging which is why I have been able to keep the position open for so long.. Any advice appreciated!.
Imran Malik
Imran Malik 1 hour ago
Hi Jay. If the UK data meet expectations though out the week and any hint regarding the rate high pull the cable beyond 1.55 level plus. Second if 1.5247 level break then be ready for 1.5289 - 1.5330. Where as on the flip side break below 1.5170 - 1.5175 bring back pair to 1.5135 - 1.5005 levels before rebounding. I think cable remain bullish through out the week. GL
babu raju
babu raju 1 hour ago
@bluejoff u there in this forumn, let me know about next week. I m excepting gbpusd 1.5600 again
Imran Malik
Imran Malik Oct 02, 2015 9:05PM GMT
At least above 23.6% Fibo. which becomes 1.5185. Okay have a Happy week end every body. ALLAH HAFIZ
Abdul Qayyum
Abdul Qayyum Oct 02, 2015 9:08PM GMT
Allah Hafiz Imran
Ric Flo
Ric Flo Oct 02, 2015 9:09PM GMT
Enjoy your weekend and thanks for the feedbacks!!
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