On Tuesday's session, the EUR/GBP was observed at 0.8605, experiencing slight gains of 0.15%. Following two days of declines and encountering robust support at the 0.8600 level, bears took a break. Despite this, the daily chart still presents a neutral to bearish outlook, and this bearish tilt remains apparent in the four-hour chart as well.
The indicators on the daily chart reflect a prevailing selling momentum. The Relative Strength Index (RSI) displays a positive incline yet remains within the negative territory, implying that while the selling pressure is somewhat easing, there is no pronounced shift in favor of buyers just yet. Concurrently, the Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) with its rising red bars further highlights the current bear dominance. Moreover, the pair's position beneath the key levels of 20, 100, and 200-day Simple Moving Averages (SMAs) reinforces the widespread bearish control.
Zooming into the four-hour chart, the bearish sentiment is echoed. The tilt remains downhill as the negative slope of the four-hour RSI proclaims that sellers dominate the short-term momentum as well. However, the rising green bars in the four-hour MACD indicates a growing bullish undercurrent and a possible bearish exhaustion. It may imply that bears are taking a breather, and a temporary reversal might be on the cards if buyers manage to build an effective momentum. However, the overall outlook remains dominated by the sellers in the short run.