📍 Taking back control (of support)
If we take a closer look at the breakdown we can see that above all it is directed at a lack of confidence in building UK exposure against a no-deal backdrop. What is perhaps even more crucial is the conception of 'track and trace' which is of course difficult to argue against, however if liberty is lost then confidence will follow!
If we take into account that the short-term damage from Brexit will relatively speaking demand action from BOE with front loaded cuts and another bazooka then sharp speculators can come together and understand the hyper devaluation of Sterling; classical monetary plays to offset the reduction in market access.
Euro seemed to lead the way on the leg higher and sterling seems to be leading the legs lower in G10 FX because of its high beta. The 1.35xx highs were rejected in fantastic style; and since the entire scaffolding for the leg higher since July has been reversed. Here eyeballing a move back towards 1.225x and 1.207x, possible extensions towards March lows and $1.10 with no-deal this year.
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