FXStreet (Córdoba) - GBP/USD fell below the 1.5300 mark and printed fresh 2-week lows as the dollar rallied across the board following Fed statement on monetary policy. While the Fed decided to stand pat on rates, it kept a 2015 rate hike on the table despite acknowledging the “pace of job gains slowed” and inflation remains below the 2% target. The dollar rose sharply as investors were probably expecting a more dovish tone from the Fed following a series of disappointing economic indicators over the last weeks. GBP/USD fell as low as 1.5248 and it was last trading 0.25% down at the 1.5260 area. Cable is staging a pullback from the 1.5500 area where it peaked last week. GBP/USD key levels On the downside, a decisive break below 1.5248 (Oct 28 low) would pave the way towards 1.5200 (psychological level/Oct 13 low) and then 1.5137 (Oct 5 low). On the upside, there is an area of congestion between 1.5333 and 1.5380 with potential resistances at 1.5333 (200-day SMA), 1.5346 (Oct 28 high), 1.5365 (50-day SMA) and 1.5380 (Oct 26 high). For more information, read our latest forex news.