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Sep 10, 2018
USDCAD unchanged still waiting for NAFTA.

While the NAFTA talks continue in Washington, the Canadian dollar remains basically unchanged, the only piece of Canadian economic data is tomorrow’s housing starts, do not expect much of a difference. The big movement in currencies today is the euro and sterling, both moved higher against the dollar on Monday after the European Union’s top […]

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By MoneyWay
Sep 7, 2018
Canadian Dollar Lower Amid employment Numbers

Ontario and British Columbia were the two big losers in terms of jobs growth, Ontario lost 80,100 part-time jobs, nationally the total losses were 92,000 part-time.  British Columbia normally a leader in jobs growth surprisingly showed a negative number. This news although a bit negative is not the dark cloud on the Canadian dollar. The […]

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By MoneyWay
Sep 6, 2018
NAFTA talks continue, Canadian dollar a bit weaker

The ongoing NAFTA talks continue overhang the Canadian dollar, there is still a chance that nothing will happen by month end causing more volatility to the currency. There clear direction as to where the CAD is going, everything is predicated on what the next senior government official says or tweets. Support                                                Resistance USDCAD   1.3200, 1.3175, […]

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By MoneyWay
Aug 29, 2018
NAFTA Talks are at the Forefront

Canada has until Friday to decide on what it will keep or not keep in the new NAFTA agreement, the U.S. and Mexico have said they will go it alone if Canada cannot agree. One of the issues for Canada in the revised deal is the U.S. effort to dump the Chapter 19 dispute resolution […]

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By MoneyWay
Aug 27, 2018
U.S. and Mexico reach preliminary trade deal, but what about Canada?

The Canadian government was quick to point out that it was not left out of today’s announcement, stating that Canada still has to approve the overall deal. Mexico and the U.S. were focused primarily on the auto trade, Trump believes that there have been too many job losses in the U.S. from which Mexico has […]

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Aug 22, 2018
USDCAD Still in a Narrow Channel

Following an upwardly revised 2.2 percent increase in May, Canadian retail sales edged down a less than expected 0.2 percent in June. Sales were down in 6 of 11 subsectors, representing 52 percent of total retail trade. On the year, sales were up 3.8 percent. In volume terms, real sales were down 0.3 percent and […]

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By MoneyWay

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