GBPUSD grinds lower so far during November, after posting the biggest monthly gains since July 2020. The intraday moves are slightly positive even if the bulls seem to run out of steam ahead of the Bank of England’s (BOE) monetary policy announcements on Thursday. That said, the buyers are safe unless the quote trades beyond the 1.1360 support confluence including the 50-DMA and a lower line of the monthly ascending triangle. Following that, a slump toward October’s low near 1.0920 can’t be ruled out. During the fall, the 1.1000 psychological magnet may offer an intermediate halt whereas 1.0830 and 1.0680 might entertain the bears afterward, before directing them to the all-time low marked in September near 1.0350.
Meanwhile, recovery moves could initially aim for the stated triangle’s resistance line, close to 1.1700 at the latest, before challenging the descending resistance line from late May, around 1.1750 by the press time. In a case where the GBPUSD prices remain firmer past 1.1750, the odds of witnessing a run-up toward the 1.2000 psychological magnet can’t be ruled out. It’s worth noting that the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement level of the May-September downside and the late August swing high, respectively near 1.1775 and 1.1900, may act as buffers during the rise from 1.1750 to 1.2000.
Overall, GBPUSD remains on a bullish trend and the BOE is also expected to try all the means to regain the market’s confidence. However, it's what they actually and how it is perceived that will determine the Cable pair’s further directions.