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GBPNZD overview UK GDP Ahead : Possible Trade Opportunities

GBPNZD overview UK GDP Ahead : Possible Trade Opportunities

As we have mentioned in our GBPAUD trade idea, UK GDP will be released today. And we may have a nice profit opportunity on GBPNZD as well.

GBPNZD midterm trend turned bullish. The pair is trading above 1.93500 support. A better than expected UK GDP and Production figures will trigger the bullish move.

If GBPNZD breaks out the triangle upside – 1.94500 – the next targets will be 1.96000 and 1.97500.

If data misses the expectations, we will look for a selling opportunity at the breakout of the baseline 1.93000.

Shortterm direction of the pair will be determined by today’s data.

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