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Results for 'USDCAD'

16 articles with this tag name

USDCAD hits the bullseye

Updated  Jan 21, 2014 5:40:00 AM


The biggest news from a technical perspective this morning has been USDCAD’s break above 1.10. This is the highest level since August 2009, and is a significant development for this pair. If we can maintain these levels then we may see 1.12 in USDCAD in the coming weeks and months. USDCAD is turning into one of the most reliable trends in the FX world since the start of this year. There was some stickiness  [...] Continue Reading ...

Tags: currency, USDCAD

USDCAD broke to a new multi-year high on data & dovish BoC commentary

Updated  Jan 7, 2014 5:25:00 PM


USDCAD broke above the 2013 high around 1.0740 earlier today on the back of better than expected US trade figures as well as poor Canadian economic data and continued to rally on dovish commentary from Bank of Canada Governor Poloz: •  US November Trade Balance: -$34.3B vs con. -$40B, up from -$39.3B in October
•  Canada Nov. Trade Balance: -0.94B vs. exp. -0.10B & Oct. revised lower to -0.91B from +0.08B
•  Canada December Ivey  [...] Continue Reading ...

Tags: BOC, Canada, Loonie, NFP, US, USDCAD

Month & Q4-end flows now both signify possible USD selling

Updated  Dec 30, 2013 10:30:00 AM


Just wanted to quickly update our month and quarter-end models as they both now indicate potential USD selling (as of 12/29 close) – Thus, we believe the buck could take a hit as we head into tomorrow’s fixing. With exception to EURUSD,early all of the major currency pairs see a reading which exceeds the +/- 400B level on the month: Bullish: AUDUSD & GBPUSD
Bearish: USDCHF, USDCAD & USDJPY Meanwhile, allof the major currency  [...] Continue Reading ...


USDCAD hovers above channel support, but could a test of 1.0500 materialize?

Updated  Dec 16, 2013 5:20:00 PM


Towards the beginning of December we highlighted USDCAD’s break to a new multi-year high, however this optimism was thwarted by our proprietary model which suggested the pair may have gone a bit too far too fast and as a result we cautioned USDCAD bulls. While USDCAD has been forming a series of higher highs and higher lows since mid-September (the definition of an uptrend) there are a few signs which have emerged that suggest  [...] Continue Reading ...


USDCAD stalls around 1.06

Updated  Nov 29, 2013 9:20:00 AM


USDCAD is lower today after failing to break above the 1.06 figure and following better than expected Canadian GDP figures. Growth in Canada accelerated by more than expected in the third quarter to a 2.7% quarterly annualized rate (cons. 2.5%) from the prior 1.6%. Monthly GDP growth was also stronger than forecasted with a reading of 0.3% in September. The year over year change in September was 2.3% (cons. 2.1% and prior 2.0%). The data  [...] Continue Reading ...

Tags: USDCAD

USDCAD testing channel resistance

Updated  Nov 26, 2013 3:50:00 PM


USDCAD has been trending higher inside of both a long-term bullish channel (in red trend lines on the chart below) and a short-term bullish channel (in blue trend lines). The rally in USDCAD has coincided with a decline in the price of oil, which underscores the inverse relationship between USDCAD and oil. USDCAD recently found resistance around the top of the short-term channel and horizontal resistance zone around 1.0560/80. We expect the near term upside  [...] Continue Reading ...

Tags: USDCAD

November Month-End Rebalancing may see USD come under pressure

Updated  Nov 25, 2013 12:15:00 PM


Backdrop: Often you may hear about ‘month end’ flows having a positive or negative effect on a currency during the last few day(s) of the month. Thus, we’ve decided to take a look at asset market capitalizations in the major market economies to help us try to determine which direction these ‘flows’  may move. Typically, the largest impact is seen heading into the 11am ET fix (often in the hour from 10 & 11am ET)  [...] Continue Reading ...


USDCAD corrects lower within bull channel

Updated  Nov 18, 2013 3:00:00 PM


USDCAD is softer in recent sessions after the pair was rejected from resistance above the 1.05 figure last week. The pair is currently correcting lower inside of a short-term bull channel (identified with red trend lines on the chart below) which exists within a broader, more long-term bull channel (seen in blue trend lines). USDCAD looks poised to continue higher, however a continuation of the near-term correction appears likely if the pair remains below the  [...] Continue Reading ...

Tags: RSI, USDCAD

USDCAD was rejected just above 1.05…Key support, 1.0380/90

Updated  Nov 13, 2013 3:20:00 PM


•  Rejected by trendline resistance (drawn from 2013 high) around 1.0510
  Failure was coincided by a daily RSI Bearish Divergence
  Daily RSI also failed into the key 60/65 zone – Indicative of overall downtrend
  Forming a bearish engulfing candlestick today (upon close below 1.0490) – Bearish reversal formation As a result, this suggests USDCAD may be due for a correction over the coming days. However, we should note that there is talk  [...] Continue Reading ...


USDCAD technical levels to watch

Updated  Nov 6, 2013 3:45:00 PM


USDCAD has corrected lower today within a short-term and long-term bullish channel as seen on the daily candlesticks chart below. The pair sees a confluence of several major technical levels around the 1.0375/85 zone which is likely to be a significant pivot in the near term. The area includes a cluster of daily simple moving averages (SMA’s), the daily ichimoku cloud top, Kijun line, and the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement of the rally from the May  [...] Continue Reading ...

Tags: USDCAD

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