GBP/USD rose to new multi-year highs soon before press time, broadening earlier week's 0.865 increases.
The pair rose to 1.3901, the most significant level since April 2018.
The pair's 14-day Relative Strength Record has broken higher from a 2.5-month contracting triangle, demonstrating a continuation of the meeting from September lows underneath 1.27.
The 50-, 100-, and 200-hour Basic Moving Midpoints are moving north and found one over the other for the bulls. Finally, the day by day outline shows a bullish higher lows, higher highs design.
Accordingly, a supported move above 1.39 looks likely. That would uncover the mental obstacle of 1.40. On the drawback, the hourly diagram's higher low of 1.3845 is a key help.