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The British pound rallied again during the trading session on Thursday, as we continue to look at the 1.30 level as a major barrier. At this point, the market is respecting that area as major resistance, so it looks like we will still find plenty of trouble.
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After trading a bit heavy in the early week, GBP/USD is starting to show upward momentum. More importantly, it has held above a previously broken trendline which signals more upside.
The British pound is trading sideways for a second straight day and I expect the currency to continue to drift throughout Thursday trade. We could see some volatility on Friday, as the U.K. releases key manufacturing and services reports.
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