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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 7:03 GMT
    Founder, Owner, Director / Market Chartist
    United Kingdom
    GBPUSD and FTSE 100 poised for bullish signals into UK inflation data

    Today, Wednesday 19th September brings a host of UK inflation data at 09.30 GMT+1, with the headline number being the Consumer Price Index (CPI), which will likely impact onto the GB Pound and the FTSER 100 index.
    Although GBPUSD and the FTSE 100 are to an extent, inversely corelated on an intraday basis, both these markets are poised to make more positive statements.
    For GBPUSD, a push above 1.3213 would signal an intermediate-term shift to bullish.
    For the FTSE 100, the market is poised to signal a short-term Triple Bottom pattern, triggered above 7326, to then encourage a better recovery theme into the second half of September.

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  • Calendar event / Tuesday at 23:50 GMT
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  • Squawk / Tuesday at 6:14 GMT
    Founder, Owner, Director / Market Chartist
    United Kingdom
    EURUSD poised for a more positive signal with Draghi speaking today

    A more positive “risk on” theme in early September has seen both a modest weakening of the US Dollar, alongside a more resilient tone for the Euro, which has pushed EURUSD back to the upper end of a multi-week, broader range environment.
    From a technical perspective, this leaves risks for an intermediate-term bullish shift for EURUSD, but from our viewpoint only triggered by a push up through 1.1791.
    Mario Draghi, the ECB President is speaking this morning, which could provide the trigger for such a bullish statement for the EURUSD currency rate.
    Furthermore, the pan-European equity benchmark average, the Euro STOXX 50 is attempting a basing pattern, which could also see upside potential in the short-term.

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