Bourdeau thinks the European Central Bank will cut interest rates at the beginning of February, and then conduct a three-year liquidity option in late February, which should support riskier currencies like those from commodity-exporting countries.
At the same time, she thinks there is potential for more quantitative easing in Britain, where new GDP data points to more economic weakness.
So Bourdeau wants to sell the pound against the New Zealand dollar. She would enter the trade around 1.9200 and look for a move to 1.8700 with a stop at 1.9400.
You can watch the discussion on the video.
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