GBP/USD Intraday: the downside prevails.

Pivot: 1.2835

the RSI calls for a new downleg.

Alternative scenario:
above 1.2835 look for further upside with 1.2855 & 1.2875 as targets.

Our preference:
short positions below 1.2835 with targets at 1.2790 & 1.2775 in extension.


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