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FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - After trading at an annual low of 1.5572 yesterday, the GBPUSD once again found itself in familiar territory - south of its opening. Following the aftermath of the BoE Quarterly Inflation report and as the BoE Governor King Speech unfolds the cross was seen trading at 1.5628/30, down -0.22%.

After breaking initial support at 1.5645, Slobodan Drvenica, an analyst at Windsor Brokers Ltd., cites the next supportive measures at the key 1.5600 barrier, down to 1.5572. Conversely, a prolonged rise in the exchange will test resistive means of correction at 1.5675, then 1.5688, and finally 1.5700.

"A slight improvement on hourly studies is insufficient for a stronger recovery of the GBPUSD for now, as the 4h structure remains strictly negative, along with overall bearish picture that describes the latest rally as corrective and preceding fresh weakness." warns Slobodan Drvenica, an analyst at Windsor Brokers Ltd.
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