On Monday, the British Pound shot 1% higher. Those gains were magnified in the Asian and London trading sessions before the pair sold off sharply. Coming into the office Tuesday, futures and forex traders in the U.S. will see that move nearly fully reversed, with the GBP/USD trading at 1.3060, down from a high near 1.33 in overnight trading.
Tuesday's move came as U.K. Attorney General Geoffrey Cox offered a legal opinion that may make Prime Minister Theresa May's plan less likely to pass today when it comes up for a vote. Ahead of that key vote, here is what to look for as you trade the British Pound.