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Technical Analysis – USD/CAD maintains a neutral-to-bullish bias

USD/CAD was trading not too far from yesterday’s one-week high of 1.3501 on Friday, having pulled back slightly. But momentum indicators suggest there is still some upside for the pair to advance again. The near-term bias is looking neutral-to-bullish as the RSI is flatlining above the 50-neutral level, while the stochastics are pointing north and

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Technical Analysis – USD/CAD neutral in the short-term.

USD/CAD neutral in the short-term, within a symmetrical triangle. USD/CAD has been range-bound for another week within the 1.3520-1.3375 area, while candles keep closing above the lower line of the symmetrical triangle. The sideways move in the RSI and the flattening Ichimoku indicators (Tenkan-Sen, Kijun-Sen) signal that the pair may extend its neutral performance in

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Weekly market outlook | EconAlerts

Weekly Market Outlook: 13th – 17th May 2019

With market anxiety heightened about the direction of the US-China trade talks, economic data might struggle to distract traders next week given the shortage of top-tier releases. Still, there will be several major indicators that investors should keep an eye on, including Australian employment and wage figures, Chinese industrial output

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