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CAD: Price Delivery Suggests Strength
CAD: Price Delivery Suggests Strength

In the early hours of Tuesday, the US Dollar faces challenges in maintaining its strength against major currencies, with the US Dollar Index struggling to surpass the 104.00 mark. Investors are eagerly anticipating the release of key economic data, including January Durable Goods Orders and the Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Index for February. Additionally, the economic calendar includes...

NZD: Unemployment Rate Could Weaken NZD
NZD: Unemployment Rate Could Weaken NZD

Traders are closely monitoring Fed speeches, particularly Fed's Mester speech scheduled for Tuesday, for further insights into monetary policy directions. Additionally, market participants await key economic releases later in the week, including New Zealand's Unemployment Rate for Q4 and ...

EURCAD: Price Approaches A Crucial Pivot
EURCAD: Price Approaches A Crucial Pivot

As Germany faces consecutive economic contractions and the broader Eurozone grapples with diverse economic conditions, the upcoming flash CPI inflation figures take center stage. These figures will shape market expectations regarding potential rate cuts, with the ECB carefully navigating uncertainties

CAD’s Troubles Could Be Soon Forgotten
CAD’s Troubles Could Be Soon Forgotten

The Canadian Dollar faces a confluence of challenges, from the unexpected BoC stance on interest rates to mixed economic data and the traditionally impactful fluctuations in oil prices. As investors grapple with uncertainty regarding future monetary policy directions and the resilience of various economic sectors, the...

USDCAD: Key Levels to Consider for Further Upside or Deeper Correction
USDCAD: Key Levels to Consider for Further Upside or Deeper Correction

Bullish Scenario: Consider buying at levels 1.3428 or 1.3462 with take profit targets at 1.3990 (TP1), 135.00 (TP2), and 1.3510 in extension (TP3). Bearish Scenario: Selling below 1.3460 (waiting for a retracement to the zone) with TP1 at 1.3430, TP2 at 1.3415, and TP3 at 1.34 in extension.

NZD: Will Markets Rebound Soon?
NZD: Will Markets Rebound Soon?

The New Zealand dollar (NZD) kicks off the week at 0.6116, showing minimal change. However, last week saw a 2% dip, pushing the NZD to a five-week low. Economic challenges persist in New Zealand, with the Performance of Services Index (PSI) revealing three contractions in the second half of 2023. November's PSI improved marginally to 51.2 from

JPY: Bulls Eagerly Await the BOJ’s Move
JPY: Bulls Eagerly Await the BOJ’s Move

The yen has experienced significant fluctuations in recent weeks, initially gaining ground against the weakening US dollar in December but subsequently losing those gains as the dollar rebounded in January. USD/JPY reached 148.80 on Friday, the highest level since November 28, prompting concerns that if the yen continues to depreciate, the Ministry of Finance might

CAD CPI: Major Moves Expected?
CAD CPI: Major Moves Expected?

The Canadian dollar remained near its four-month high against the U.S. dollar, trading at 1.3390, supported by increased oil prices and anticipation of interest rate cuts in 2024. The loonie had touched its strongest level since August 4 at 1.3347 following the Federal Reserve's signal of potential interest rate cuts next year.

CPI Release Will Boost The CAD
CPI Release Will Boost The CAD

Canada's forthcoming Consumer Price Index (CPI) data, set for release on Tuesday, is projected to show a year-on-year decline in inflation to 3.2% for October from the previous 3.8%. This potential inflation dip might offer leeway for the Bank of Canada (BoC) to maintain its overnight rate target at 5.0% in the...

The Aftermath of the BoJ’s Policy Statement
The Aftermath of the BoJ’s Policy Statement

The Bank of Japan (BoJ) recently concluded its October monetary policy review meeting, deciding not to make any adjustments to its current policy settings. This means the interest rate remains at -10bps, and the 10-year JGB yield target remains at 0%. A noteworthy change...

How Will CAD React To The BOC Meeting?
How Will CAD React To The BOC Meeting?

The Bank of Canada (BoC) is widely expected to leave its policy rate unchanged at 5% in its upcoming meeting, maintaining a hawkish stance in the face of rising inflation. The Canadian Dollar (CAD) has weakened against the US Dollar (USD) since...

JPY starts the week with decline
JPY starts the week with decline

According to Japanese Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki, there was "no discussion" about exchange rates during the recent meeting of Group of Seven (G7) finance ministers and central bank chiefs in India. This news comes as the yen weakened to around ¥145 per dollar last month, prompting concerns that the Japanese government may intervene in the currency market to support the yen.

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