Despite a sharp fall after release of worse than expected data about the UK retail sales, the cable managed to bounce off from the bottom trend-line of a large ascending channel and by Monday morning restore lost positions returning back to the 1.32 level.

However, the pair is not expected to climb higher this day, as the further road to the north is obstructed by a combination of the 200-hour SMA and the upper edge of a dominant descending channel, which has already managed to neutralize the surge couple of times.

But even in the case of a breakthrough in weekly perspective the Pound is likely to lose value against the Dollar because of release of information on the UK Preliminary GDP, which might appear to be below the 0.3% growth rate.

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