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- The sterling has been strong. The GBP/JPY rebounded after breaking the 2010 low, and is now about to test a declining channel resistance seen in the daily chart. The strength of the rally has been impressive, and for a bearish outlook from here, the conservative target could be 129.50. That is if we do get topping below or near 132.50.
- The 1H chart shows a rally taking place with an impulse wave. The internals suggest we are still to have a wave v, which in a swing projection could bring us towards 132.50.
- To me, with such a clear channel support, and clear stepping action (high highs, higher lows, not much overlap between highs, and subsequent lows), the market can clear show a violation simply with a lower low, and a lower high. I would suspect the market to make a couple of corrective downswings before heading above 132.50, and towards 135.00.
- The bearish scenario opens up if the 129.33 support pivot is broken. The bullish scenario to 132.50 opens up with a close in 1H candles above 131.70. Then a break above 132.50 targets 135.00 in the short-intermediate term.

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Fan Yang CMT
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