USD/CAD - US Dollar Canadian Dollar

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1.2991 -0.0043    -0.33%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Canadian Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.3034
  • Bid/Ask: 1.2990 / 1.2992
  • Day's Range: 1.2987 - 1.3053
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Broker Bid Ask Spread (*) High Low Time
Admiral Markets - Live 1.3165 1.3168 3.0 1.3267 1.3154 02/10
Avatrade - Live 1.29910 1.29937 2.7 1.30514 1.29851 12:26:52
DF Markets - Live 1.29914 1.29928 1.4 1.30510 1.29844 12:26:52
Exness - Live 1.29895 1.29913 1.8 1.30518 1.29847 12:26:46 - Live 1.29897 1.29918 2.1 1.30522 1.29855 12:26:47
ForexClub - Live 1.29900 1.29914 1.4 1.30520 1.29854 12:26:47
FXCM - Live 1.29913 1.29932 1.9 1.30518 1.29855 12:26:52
FXGrow - Live 1.29901 1.29901 0.0 1.30525 1.29863 12:26:45
FxNet - Live 1.29915 1.29921 0.6 1.30522 1.29859 12:26:54
FXPro - Live 1.29910 1.29930 2.0 1.30519 1.29852 12:26:52
GO Markets - Live 1.29894 1.29903 0.9 1.30522 1.29859 12:26:42 - Live 1.29890 1.29930 4.0 1.30512 1.29845 12:26:49
Oanda - Live 1.29909 1.29932 2.3 1.30519 1.29850 12:26:53
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Kevin Churley
Kevin Churley 26 minutes ago
The US isn't really gaining jobs btw...the participation rate is falling month over month affecting the reported unemployment number to appear as though unemployment is dropping. The US participation rate is 62.4 and has dropped about 3% in the past 5 years. The Canadian participation rate has been consistently 65 - 67 %
Kevin Churley
Kevin Churley 12 hours ago
RS - I dare say the US is manipulating oil so the USD can devalue prior a rate increase...keep an eye on the inventory reports. The USD is not up against only CAD but all reserve currencies around the world and like I said the fed currently has it's hands tied because the rest of the world raced to devalue currencies. Watch...wait...and see
Josh Nicholas
Josh Nicholas 1 hour ago
Ciprian-Marius Chihaia
Ciprian-Marius Chihaia 3 hours ago
so it whats your prediction?.
Kevin Churley
Kevin Churley 1 hour ago
USD is going down by at least 7% across the board. I see USDCAD at around 1.22 at the very least
Kevin Churley
Kevin Churley 1 hour ago
Also ...keep in mind that oil price factors into just about, retail etc. It's the best place to spark inflation
Maxim Iva
Maxim Iva 1 hour ago
I wouldn't be surprised if usdcad closed at 1.34 or above by the end of the week.
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Kevin Churley
Kevin Churley 17 hours ago
Just a thought for the day....Russia and Saudi Arabia are meeting to discuss an output reduction. Russia is being crippled economically because of sanctions as well as low oil prices.
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