Whilst the Brexit debate is certainly generating more heat than light at the moment you’d do well, as a trader, to see this general confusion as an opportunity to make profits.
From a Fundamental Analysis point of view, GBP, as the currency of the UK, will be bought and sold according to a variety of factors which include, but are not limited to:
Fundamental economic health of the UK:
Essentially, the currency can be seen as a measure of the health of a country. A state that is doing well will likely see its currency strengthen against others.
Interest rates in the UK:
Some might be attracted or distracted to holding capital in GBP according to the risk-free rate of return on offer. This is often referred to as ‘hot-money’ as it can move very quickly across the global markets.
The amount of international trade the UK takes part in:
Relates to those that need to buy GBP to carry out trading/commercial activity.
From a Fundamental trading perspective the two key points to hold in mind are: that there has to be uncertainty about how a no-deal Brexit would affect those factors; and there also has to be uncertainty about how likely no-deal is?
From a Technical Analysis point of view there are a range of signals and indicators that are proving useful to traders.
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