"I think there's lots of opportunity there. In a sense, it's a low-beta way to play euro downside," she told CNBC.
The pound has been range-bound for some time, and right now it "looks poised to test the downside," since it's likely to follow the euro's moves.
Why not just short the euro? There are more bond offerings coming up, potential sovereign debt downgrades are looming, and as Sutton says, "the euro technicals look horrible." She thinks that if the euro breaks below the mid-1.28s against "we're likely to see downside from there." However, she says, alluding to CFTC data on trader commitments, everyone's in that trade.
So Sutton wants to sell the pound against the dollar at 1.56 with a target of 1.54 and a stop at 1.5720, just above the 5-day moving average.
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