GBP/USD has fallen from high of 1.4396 down to 1.4189 lows through the 50 dma at 1.4282. GBP/USD looks soft and prone to more weakness near-term. Further weighing on the downside, Moody was characterizing the UK budget as “credit negative” and one large bond fund manager was reporting sighting that the next BoE move might be a rate cut, according to analysts at Scotiabank. GBP/USD headed to 1.30 on Brexit fears? - BBH GBP/USD levels "Broader patterns appear to be deteriorating as well, with Cable easing below the 40-day MA that has been a decent bellwether of the pound's performance recently," explained Shaun Osborne Chief FX Strategist at Scotiabank, "Intraday patterns suggest a pause in the sell-off ahead of another push lower. GBPUSD looks at risk of pushing lower to test key support at 1.4130/50 in the next few days." For more information, read our latest forex news.