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GBP/USD Put Signal 10 Dec 2015

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The GBP/USD has suffered a decline towards 1.5110, only to subsequently rebound back up towards 1.5180. The main cause for the downside pressure was the announcement by the Bank of England that the rates of inflation and wage growth are slowing down. The central bank has been perceived as less likely to raise rates and the GBP/USD dropped.

We are interested in buying daily put options around current levels of 1.5170, because we see the market as very likely to pull back after yesterday's substantial rally. The Bank of England is likely to stay on the sidelines, opening the door for the British pound to decline, as inflation pressures are being subdued by lower oil prices.

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