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Pound Sterling-US Dollar Exchange Rate: 1.2546 (0.04%) Charts
US Dollar-Pound Sterling Exchange Rate: 0.7971 Charts

Pound-to-Dollar Rate Rebounds, but Break Below January Lows is a Very Bearish Red Flag

Pound-to-Dollar Rate Rebounds, but Break Below January Lows is a Very Bearish Red Flag


Despite the gains over the past 24 hours studies of the charts suggest the pair will probably continue declining in its established downtrend over the next five days.

Key Statistics
Live GBP/USD Exchange Rate: 1.2546
Daily Change: 0.0375%
Opening Rate: 1.2542
Today's Low: 1.2541
Today's High: 1.2555
Low of the Past Year: 1.2409 (17-07-2019)
High of the Past Year : 1.3322 (16-03-2019)
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* 1 Week = past 5 trading days, 1 Month = past 20 trading days, This Year = 2019, Past Year = Past 365 Days

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