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1.2232 -0.0022    -0.18%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: British Pound
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.2232
  • Bid/Ask: 1.2231 / 1.2233
  • Day's Range: 1.2172 - 1.2260
GBP/USD 1.2232 -0.0022 -0.18%

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Greg We
Greg We 2 minutes ago
This is the first week in a while the bids are not crazy before the open. First we had an up week and now the bids are more stable. Maybe the bulls can hold their ground and push back a little.
Amrizal Mazlan
Amrizal Mazlan 2 hours ago
1.2243..hurm for now
Md Zakir Hossain
Md Zakir Hossain 5 hours ago
GBP/USD fate depend on March'17 before it will going down , no alternate way.
Greg We
Greg We 5 hours ago
Lol, central bank policy will effect it before March. More than likely a rate hike is coming in December by the Fed and a rate decrease could happen by the B of E soon.
Silky Trader
Silky Trader 3 hours ago
@Greg it seems that all theese events had more impact than any other data ahahahah... just like election a great sales pitch and massive rally on a 0.5 rate and worlds largest and climbing deficit... soon demand will be artificially high enough...
Silky Trader
Silky Trader 3 hours ago
you should see some other forums us trade balance blips green people say data is good but the real number could not get more negative... its a real offense for people running an actual business...just trade the price everything else is nonsens
Greg We
Greg We 3 hours ago
I ignore the news these days except for central bank policy. That I take seriously, because interest rates have an effect on a currency. Low yields equals no demand for a currency. Investors are not going to buy European debt with negative or low yields. So the central bank steps in a prints money out of thin air which devalues the currency. So the B of E has increased the supply when there isn't a demand to do so. If a normal business did that they would go bankrupt.
Silky Trader
Silky Trader 3 hours ago
hmm european yield have been dropping while i traded eur bullside for many months... i never had any use for them either to make profit in FX...
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