Trading signals

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The pound kept losing ground amid growing Brexit pessimism. More losses may come today.

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Fears of a no-deal Brexit and a stronger dollar weighed the pound yesterday.

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The EU reaction to Johnson's plan was chilly. Traders are hoping for a Brexit extension now.

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Renewed Brexit optimism and weak US data helped the pound to surge to 1-week peaks. The sterling is eyeing the 1.2420 hurdle now.

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The pound strengthened yesterday when the UK PM sent to Brussels a new Brexit proposal.

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The pound left the three-week lows after weak US data and Irish border headlines. However, Brexit uncertainty will most likely limit its advance.

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The second quarter GDP surprised traders with upbeat data, giving the pound strength to gain some traction. However, the uncertainty around Brexit limited its rally.

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Traders kept looking forward to any fresh Brexit-related headlines. However, the pound will most probably remain vulnerable amid bad news both on the political and the economic fronts.    

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The pound got under pressure amid the US dollar recovery and the uncertainty surrounding Brexit which may open the door to further falls.

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The parliament does not want Brexit to happen. Traders are wonder whether the UK PM will ask Brussels for another Article 50 extension or not.