GBP/USD - British Pound US Dollar

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1.5071 -0.0011    -0.07%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: British Pound
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.5082
  • Bid/Ask: 1.5070 / 1.5072
  • Day's Range: 1.5067 - 1.5083
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Kathy Lien
Dollar Bulls Look To Yellen
By Kathy Lien - Dec 01, 2015

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management. At the start of the week the Dollar Index climbed to its strongest level in 8 months. On Tuesday it sank below 100 on the back ...

IFC Markets
Central Bank Decision Expectations Drive Markets
By IFC Markets - Dec 01, 2015

US stocks retreated on Monday on disappointing Thanksgiving holiday sales while investors awaited central bank policy decisions. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.44% and the Nasdaq Composite ...

GBPUSD bounces away from 7 month low
By ForexTime - Dec 01, 2015

The sentiment towards the Sterling/Dollar hit a new low on Monday after the currency pair dropped below 1.50 for the first time since April and fell to a fresh seven-month low at 1.4993. While part of...

Jason Sen
GBP/USD Could Target Resistance At 1.5120/25
By Jason Sen - Dec 01, 2015

GBPUSD has bounced as far as our selling opportunity at 1.5085/90 and although we topped exactly here as I write, the outlook is more positive as long as we hold above 1.5070/65 today. We could then ...

Major Currency Pairs : December 01, 2015
By Deltastock - Dec 01, 2015

EUR/USD Current level - 1.0613 The rebound after 1.0557 low is still corrective and only a break through 1.0640 resistance will signal a change in the overall sentiment. ...

Marios Krausse
Euro And Cable Pointing Upwards
By Marios Krausse - Dec 01, 2015

The recent decline in the British pound came to a temporary halt after a short dip below the 1.50-level. As we noted in yesterday's analysis, the 1.50-level will be important to watch this week and as...

Marc Chandler
USD Trades Heavier As Key Events Awaited
By Marc Chandler - Dec 01, 2015

The US dollar is trading with a heavier bias today amid some last minute position squaring ahead of the key events of the week, which are stacked in the second half. The ECB meeting and US jobs data ...

Danske Markets
How To Position For The Coming Year  
By Danske Markets - Dec 01, 2015

Four themes, eight trades - and a wild card For the seventh time, we present our year-end FX Top Trades for the coming year. The 2016 publication is based on four themes that we think will drive FX ...

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Latest GBP/USD Comments

onearm boxer
onearm boxer 1 hour ago
i closed all my shorts . today i am going to buy on every dips, tp 1.5180
qamar hussain
qamar hussain 7 hours ago
No body says i said that...its market ...up and down...some r with up side and some r wirh down side....
fox westbury
fox westbury 6 hours ago
you haven't explain us clear. Your post are confusing us.
fox westbury
fox westbury 7 hours ago
@Imran 5 hours ago - No formation of "W" Remember i comment that i think it'll be "W" This is what i meant. :-D
Imran Malik
Imran Malik 5 hours ago
@fox: Good effort. Still bearish trend and quite possible it may break 1.5136 level and proceed to 1.5156 also. Both levels are attractive for sell. Good luck my friend
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