|Day's range||1.616 - 1.606|
|52-week range||1.5148 - 1.6058|
With its another bounce towards the 1.3000–1.3010 horizontal-region, the USDCAD seem capable enough to surpass the same during this time and may even rise to 61.8% FE level of 1.3040. In case if the pair again fails to clear the 1.3010, the 1.2920 and an upward slanting trend-line, at 1.2865, can entertain counter-trend traders. Alike USDCAD, the EURCAD is also near to short-term important resistance-line, it’s a week-long descending TL figure of 1.6050 in this case, breaking which the pair can rally to the 1.6120 and then to the 61.8% FE level of 1.6215.
Investing.com - The U.S. dollar hit fresh four-month lows against its Canadian counterpart on Wednesday, after the release of positive Canadian and U.S. data as investors remained cautious with the greenback ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy decision due later in the day.
Investing.com - The U.S. dollar slipped lower against its Canadian counterpart on Tuesday, as the greenback broadly weakened ahead of the highly anticipated State of the Union address due later in the day, as well as the Federal Reserve's monthly policy decision on Wednesday.
Investing.com - The U.S. dollar rose against its Canadian counterpart on Monday, as the greenback found some relief following last week's broad decline, although gains were expected to remain limited.
Considering USDCAD’s latest bounce from 1.2800–1.2790 support-zone, the pair seems again heading to confront the seven-week old descending TL resistance, at 1.2890; however, 1.2870 might offer an intermediate halt during its recovery. In case if the quote manages to conquer the 1.2890 mark, it can quickly rise to 1.2920 before targeting the 61.8% FE level of 1.2940. Should the pair fails to sustain latest pullback, the 1.2790 regains its importance, breaking which 1.2770 & 1.2745 could entertain short-term sellers. Moreover, pair’s extended declines below 1. ...
Investing.com - The U.S. dollar moved higher against its Canadian counterpart on Wednesday, after the release of positive U.S. economic reports and as declining oil prices weighed on demand for the commodity-related Canadian dollar.