Dennis was away during that period but he may still have that data. If so, he will surely put those days up here for you. If not, then I think, for example, @Clint may have that data.
Failing that, I am happy to crunch those days for you and post them tomorrow (I don’t keep past months’ data, I have no need for them and wipe my journal clean at the start of each month.)
These are data for yesterday 25.10. just in case Dennis is not back until late tomorrow (I hope it is correct!).
The SW percentage has obviously been contracting in the latter part of the week as the GBP price stalled following the defeat of the WAB timetable motion - whilst, naturally, the 200SMA continues to climb anyway.
Monday is a big day for GBP pairs as we find out the likely destiny of Brexit:
A short extension by the EU just for the UK parliament to handle the WAB (withdrawal agreement bill) which provides either a near term exit if passed or a new threat of a no-deal crash-out if not.
A longer extension to maybe 31.1.2020 if the UK parliament on Monday passes the motion for a general election in December. This throws open all options for Brexit, including a new referendum, even cancelling it. But BJ’s Conservatives do seem to be the favourite party in the polls and therefore may be able to push Brexit through with a majority for a change.
I don’t see any other major changes except a slight drop down the scale from NZD.