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1.2992 -0.0005    -0.04%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Canadian Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.2997
  • Bid/Ask: 1.2991 / 1.2993
  • Day's Range: 1.2957 - 1.3080
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Dean Popplewell
Dollar Takes Beating From Fed Rhetoric
By Dean Popplewell - Oct 13, 2015

Risk off sentiment currently dominates all asset classes. The overnight mixed China trade report has done little to support more substantial equity gains. The mighty buck and yen are again the favored...

Nadia Simmons
GBP/USD: Sinking Or Rebounding?
By Nadia Simmons - Oct 13, 2015

In recent days, the USD Index has been trading around the level of 95, which resulted in the consolidation in GBP/USD. Will the proximity to important resistance levels encourage currency bears to act...

Al Brooks
USD/CAD: Look For H-&-S Bottom
By Al Brooks - Oct 13, 2015

The EUR/USD has been in a weak rally for 3 weeks within its tight trading range on the daily chart. It is testing the September 8 lower high. The bears want a double top lower high and a reversal ...

The National Bank of Canada
FX Daily Update
By The National Bank of Canada - Oct 13, 2015

New signs of a slowdown in ChinaAlthough on Friday, we got confirmation from Statistics Canada that our economy added 12,000 jobs in September, it wasn’t enough to drive the loonie higher. Even ...

Currencies, Metals, and Oil
By CMTrading - Oct 13, 2015

October 13, 2015 To start this week, we're seeing the US dollar markets under serious pressure, and approaching three week lows against most of the other major currencies. The US dollar index, a broad...

A decline in UK CPI exposes the GBP to additional pressures
By ForexTime  - Oct 13, 2015

The already vulnerable Sterling was dealt a sharp blow on Tuesday as CPI y/y for the UK printed below expectations at -0.1%. Inflation has failed to pick up in the UK and this combined with the chain ...

Swissquote Bank Ltd
FX Markets And Global Equities Consolidate
By Swissquote Bank Ltd - Oct 13, 2015

Market Brief After rallying for the last two weeks, global equity markets falter as doubt rises. Most of Asian equity indices are now back to their pre-NFPs levels and investors are now wondering ...

Marc Chandler
5 Fundamental Drivers Of Tuesday's Markets
By Marc Chandler - Oct 13, 2015

The recent trends in the global capital markets are reversing today. Although the price action yesterday warned of the risk, there have been five fundamental developments that are contributing to the ...

Jeremy Cook
UK To Dip Back Into Deflation
By Jeremy Cook - Oct 13, 2015

Great Fall of China As predicted, yesterday’s markets were quiet with little movement at all during the European and US sessions. Volatility has picked up overnight however, with China once ...

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Latest USD/CAD Comments

Ahmed Moosa
Ahmed Moosa 3 hours ago
Sell @ 1.3080
Tooba Shams
Tooba Shams 3 hours ago
akh 80 tak jayegaaaaaaa
Rod Simmons, BSc
Rod Simmons, BSc 2 hours ago
what was the premise for selling at 3080?
Jason Wong
Jason Wong 3 hours ago
Short ucad
Tooba Shams
Tooba Shams 3 hours ago
i am in ... no other choice.... =/
Maxim Iva
Maxim Iva 4 hours ago
usdcad will have a rather interesting decision to make. Will it form a rather brief move down and then a 200 pip move higher (only to reverse thereafter) - or will it go all the way to 1.2750 before the much larger reversal. . . Now.... I recall that sort of formation in oil as it has occurred before a long while back - and I recall that candle that we are on right now. In theory, it should skyrocket all the way to 1.53 or 1.54 even and then sharply reverse on Friday - and post much lower lows next week. That would imply that we are indeed going to see 1.2750 before usdcad ramps higher. But.... there is that mini h/s formation on 4 hour chart is something to consider - which would mean that oil will go straight down.
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