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GBP/USD: The Key Support at 1.5235 Has Been Broken

GBP/USD closed last Friday below its strong support at 1.5235 (13/01/2012 low). It has also moved below its recent low at 1.5132 (21/02/2013 low). Hourly resistances can be found at 1.5321 (22/02/2013 high) and 1.5550 (15/02/2013 high). A support is given by the psychological support at 1.50000.

In the longer-term, a decisive break of the horizontal range defined by the strong support at 1.5235 (13/01/2012 low) and the strong resistance at 1.6302 (30/04/2012 high) would call for a medium-term decline towards 1.4231 (20/05/2012 low).

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