Friday on CNBC’s Money in Motion (click here for the segment) I recommended a GBPUSD trade with supporting information:
- Entry 1.5925
- S/L 1.6025
- T/P 1.5650
• UK has their budget announcement and it will highlight how little the government can do with threat of AAA downgrade.
• FT article makes the case for a BOE LTRO.
• Bank of England minutes should show concern for weak economic growth.
So far, what I was looking for has happened as the BOE voted 9-0 for easing (vse 7-2) and the UK public sector net borrowing was double what was expected at 15.2bln GBP. This underscores the key negative dynamic in Europe: slow/negative growth=lower tax receipts=increased borrowing needs=higher debt totals.
Overall, this trade has worked well as the high was 1.5924 and you should’ve got this trade on. As I’ve been stating, you have to be flexible with entry points to ensure you get the trade on and don’t miss it. Use +/-10 points on these trade suggestions as a good rule of thumb.
Andrew B. BuschDirector, Global Currency and Public Policy Strategist at BMO Capital Markets, a recognized expert on the world financial markets and how these markets are impacted by political events, and a contributor to CNBC's Money in Motion Currency Trading.You can comment on his piece and reach him hereand you can follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/abusch .
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