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Cable Trend: Mixed
Overall: The pound strengthened against the dollar again on Thursday as traders remain fixated on the Federal Reserves announcement to purchase $300 billion in longer term Treasuries and up to $750 billion in agency debt and mortgage bonds. The pair gained another 220 pips today and closed the day testing the 1.4500 level, which has proved to be a tough resistance area to break in the past. The M4 money supply rose by 21.7 billion pounds in February, as expected. The increase in money supply is a consequence of the recent Bank of England rate cuts and liquidity measures taken.
Technical: The cable broke above the 50 day simple moving average is approaching the 100 day SMA, located approximately 200 pips above the current price point. The relative strength index is above the 50% neutral line on the daily chart. The 4 hour chart is long. The 1 hour chart is long.
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