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MIG BANK, formerly known as MIG INVESTMENTS, was established in Neuchatel, Switzerland as an online Forex broker and in 2009 became the world's 1st Forex…

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GBP/USD: Surging Higher

GBP/USD rose sharply higher yesterday, breaking the resistances at 1.6684 and 1.6718 (see also the declining trendline). Resistances can now be found at 1.6786 and 1.6823. The short-term bullish momentum is intact as long as the hourly support at 1.6684 (previous resistance) holds. Another support lies at 1.6556.

In the longer term, prices continue to move in a rising channel. As a result, a bullish bias remains favoured as long as the support at 1.6460 holds. A major resistance stands at 1.7043 (05/08/2009 high).

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