GBP/JPY consolidates around 153.00 amid strong US dollar

GBP/JPY stays round a multi-week low 153.00 amid risk-averse sentiment.
Japan’s PPI rose to 0.3%, rising previous market expectations.
The pairs seem for impetus from UK GDP information for momentum.
GBP/JPY snaps its downtrend, buying and selling round 153.00 all through the Asian session on Thursday. The move takes a cue from US inflation facts over the home troubles in the UK and Japan.

The pair managed to give up its erosion from November four highs, trying a tepid leap amid a cautious market mood, The preliminary estimate of Q3 UK GDP records due later this Wednesday can furnish the impetus to the pair.

Meanwhile, the Brexit drama and the subsequent exchange hostilities nonetheless brew, with the UK on the cusp of escalating tensions with the EU and even placing the post-Brexit alternate deal at threat if it opts to set off Article sixteen of the Northern Ireland Protocol (which permits both aspect to unilaterally droop components of the settlement if it is inflicting extensive societal damage).

Traders digest Japan’s Producer Price Index (PPI) for October, which rose previous 0.3% market forecast to arrive 1.2% on MoM in the suggested month. The US inflation labored in want of the US dollar, which has put strain on the yen.

GBP/JPY Technical Levels
The GBP/JPY every day chart shows that it is dealing with an upside barrier from 50-day Simple Moving Average (SMA) and 21-day SMA 153.28 and 155.57. The subsequent resistance in the bulls way that can be examined is 158.22, it is one month high.
The rate might also reverse and breach its first guide 152.06 (100-day SMA) and proceed the downtrend toward the assist stage 152.64, 200-day SMAs. If it continues in addition south, its one-month low can be examined at 149.23.


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