The US index S&P500 has dived under the level of 3396.80, trying to remain there for now. In principle, the asset might potentially drop till the level of 3138.00 although it can fall even deeper:
The USD/CHF pair keeps targeting the psychological level of 0.9000 away from which it might repeatedly jump:
The GBP/USD pair has entered the supporting zone formed between the levels 1.2726 and 1.2813. So far, it seems that the British pound is about to pull from the support, but let’s check what the asset is going to be up to in the zone:
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