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USD/CAD - US Dollar Canadian Dollar

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1.2099 -0.0062    -0.51%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Canadian Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.2161
  • Bid/Ask: 1.2098 / 1.2100
  • Day's Range: 1.2091 - 1.2181
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The National Bank of Canada
FX Daily Update
By The National Bank of Canada - May 04, 2015

Is this the beginning of a USD rally?The US dollar picked up steam again Friday after losing some 5.5% over the last three weeks in April against major currencies.Over the same period, the loonie ...

Saxo Bank
FX Update: USD Waits For Data
By Saxo Bank - May 04, 2015

The greenback managed a comeback on Friday, managing to close the day marginally stronger versus the wildly rallying euro even after a weak ISM manufacturing survey saw EURUSD pushing on the 100-day ...

eFX News
A Big Week For CAD
By eFX News  - May 04, 2015

CAD has rallied 1.67% since the BoC meeting on April 15. Recall, the BoC provided an upbeat outlook, forecasting a strong payback in growth and inflation in H215. February GDP beat expectations but ...

Dailyfx
USD/CAD: Waiting To Enter Long Position
By Dailyfx  - May 04, 2015

Talking Points: USD/CAD Technical Strategy: Flat Support: 1.2156, 1.2076, 1.1946 Resistance: 1.2286, 1.2391, 1.2496 The US Dollar advanced against its Canadian counterpart as expected after prices ...

EWM Interactive
USD/CAD: Bulls Are Waking Up
By EWM Interactive  - May 03, 2015

April was not the best of months for the bulls on USD/CAD. Not only the March top of 1.2835 remained untouched, but the pair fell much lower to 1.1945 last week. What to expect from now on? Should the...

The National Bank of Canada
Weekly Economic Watch
By The National Bank of Canada - May 03, 2015

Canadian GDP Growth Stalls in FebruaryYesterday’s release of Canadian GDP data (February) revealed that the economy stalled during the second month of 2015. In addition, Statistics Canada ...

Matthew Weller
The Week Ahead: Week Of May 4, 2015
By Matthew Weller - May 03, 2015

Market Movers: Weekly Technical Outlook Technical Developments to Watch: EUR/USD testing Fibonacci retracement resistance at 1.1270 after last week’s big surge GBP/USD approaching support at ...

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brandon cook
brandon cook May 03, 2015 06:53PM GMT
the bad news parade will keep going so watch out everyone looks like gdp is already expected to be 0.9% is q2 with no rate hike in site. -brandon cook

eric metts
eric metts May 02, 2015 01:36PM GMT
i like that weekly candlestick. it suggests it has bottomed and will resume its long term uptrend.
Ben Burnanke
Ben Burnanke May 02, 2015 09:34PM GMT
haha
Ben Burnanke
Ben Burnanke May 02, 2015 09:37PM GMT
will go there big daddys decide

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