BRITISH POUND FORECAST:
- British pound eyes of the Queen’s speech after 14 months of the highest rise
- The expanding budgetary position could contribute to a tightening of the Bank of England’s contributions
- EUR / GBP sales are gaining momentum, with the 2021 swing bottom on the cross
A quiet session during Asia-Pacific trading hours offers European financial markets a slight success ahead of opening hours. The relatively thin supply in the regional economic database is likely to highlight the Queen’s speech outlining the government’s new parliamentary plan.
Markets are wondering whether regulators are aiming to introduce another expansionary fiscal measure. They would aim to help advance post-Covid recovery and redress Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plans to “smooth out” all post-Brexit initiatives.
The government has a comfortable 80-seat majority, so the plan is likely to move fairly smoothly in parliament. This means that investors are likely to plan a significant increase in nominal expenditures, providing inflation expectations.
This may inspire speculation about the relatively faster relaxation of the Bank of England’s incentives, which will increase the British pound vis-à-vis its key counterparts. That would go on an impressive 2.3 percent rise yesterday, The largest one – day increase in 14 months.
TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF THE BRITISH POON – EUR / GBP TEMP OF SALES EQUIPMENT
The British pound picked up against the euro Euro after the EUR / GBP broke downwards on an upward slope, such as wait. From here, a door opens every day close to the 0.88587 low swing to test the lower barrier at 0.8540, followed by the bottom of 2021 at 0.8472.
Alternatively, it seems that a rebound in excess of the support rotation resistance, 0.8624, is likely to give rise to another challenge at the top of the range in zone 0.8719-31. Creating bases above this barrier seems to be a prerequisite for neutralizing short-term selling pressure.
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– Written by DailyFX.com APAC Chief Strategist Ilya Spivak
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