GBP/USD is currently on bullish momentum. At 13:25 EST on Thursday, 18 February, GBP/USD is at $1.3963, 0.72% up since the last session’s close.
GBP/USD is 0.954% up from its last session low of $1.3831 and 0.432% up from its last session high of $1.3903.
Over the last three sessions, GBP/USD’s higher value was $1.3951 and the lower value was $1.3831.
Over the last seven sessions, GBP/USD’s higher value was $1.3951 and the lower value was $1.3744.
Over the last month, GBP/USD’s higher value was $1.3951 and the lower value was $1.3571.
GBP/USD’s yearly highs and lows, it’s 21.661% up from its 52-week low and 0.157% down from its 52-week high.
GBP/USD’s last day, last week, and last month’s average volatility was 0.1900%, 0.2460%, and 0.2800%, respectively.
GBP/USD’s last day, last week, and last month’s high and low average amplitude percentage was 0.5200%, 0.4780%, and 0.6057%, respectively.
Last news about GBP/USD
British pound technical analysis: gbp/usd, gbp/jpy, eur/gbp. According to DailyFX on Tuesday, 16 February, "Coming into February, GBP/USD had built in to a very clear rising wedge formation, with resistance holding at a key spot on the chart. ", "With USD-strength continuing to hold, and with GBP/USD bulls thwarted at confluent resistance for more than a couple of weeks, it looked as though GBP/USD might soon turn-lower, as rising wedges are often approached with the aim of bearish reversals."