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USD/CAD - US Dollar Canadian Dollar

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1.0907 +0.0054    (+0.50%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Canadian Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.0853
  • Bid/Ask: 1.0906 / 1.0908
  • Day's Range: 1.0850 - 1.0912
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USD/CAD Analysis

ActionForex
Dollar Firm Ahead Of ADP, GDP, And FOMC
By ActionForex - Jul 30, 2014

The dollar stays firm and maintains yesterday gain as markets are waiting for some important events today, including employment data, GDP and FOMC. The dollar index breached 81.20 overnight and is ...

Dailyfx
Dollar Advances Against The Loonie
By Dailyfx  - Jul 30, 2014

Talking Points: USD/CAD Technical Strategy: Long at 1.0811 Support: 1.0780, 1.0736, 1.0699 Resistance: 1.0875, 1.0952, 1.1029 The US dollar advanced as expected against its Canadian counterpart after ...

ICM Brokers
Euro Dips To 8-Month Lows Against Greenback
By ICM Brokers - Jul 30, 2014

EUR/USDThe euro dipped to 8-month lows against the dollar on Tuesday after a cheery U.S. consumer confidence report sent investors betting the Federal Reserve will deliver an upbeat assessment of the ...

AutoChartist
Daily Forex Update: USD/CAD
By AutoChartist - Jul 30, 2014

USD/CAD continues to rise after the recent breakout of the 4-hour key resistance level 1.0834 that was earlier identified by Autochartist –as you can see below. The pair is expected to rise to ...

GCI Financial
Loonie Loses Ground This Morning
By GCI Financial - Jul 30, 2014

For the 24 hours to 23:00 GMT, the USD rose 0.47% against the CAD to close at 1.0851, after consumer confidence in the US surged to its highest level since 2007 in July.Yesterday, a survey by the ...

Matt Simpson
Greenback Dominates G10 Currencies
By Matt Simpson - Jul 30, 2014

A snapshot view of yesterday’s New York - London session with technical notes. US consumer confidence at its highest since Oct 2007, coming in well above expectations of 85.5 at 90.9 S&P House Price ...

Kathy Lien
The 1 Thing The Fed Could Say To Rock FX
By Kathy Lien - Jul 29, 2014 |   1

Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management. Dollar: The One Thing the Fed Could Say to Rock FX EUR: German Yields Hit Record Lows on EU Sanctions Sterling Rejects 1.70, ...

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stephen bruc
stephen bruc Jul 28, 2014 03:30PM GMT
hey good for you Chris, I'm sure you had your doubts. Good Call

Chris Briskey
Chris Briskey Jul 16, 2014 01:44PM GMT
I'm back in the market today. Bought 1.0765. Target 1.08

Rod Simmons, BSc, Pro Trader
Rod Simmons, BSc, Pro Trader Jul 14, 2014 01:48PM GMT
this comment applies to long term positions. the thesis remains to buy on dips, particularly strong ones. The CAD strengthening faces significant headwinds including ongoing soft core inflation in Canada and below the mean for the BoC range, a neutral to dovish BoC governor, a governor who is also in favor of exports, soft employment data in Canada, a strengthening US economy, and potentially rising rates in the US before Canada.
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