US Dollar vs Canadian Dollar: The USD/CAD rallied 100 points yesterday afternoon as volatile commodity prices and widening yield spreads pushed the USD back above 1.3500. The Canadian Consumer Price Index was released this morning with number printing in line with market expectations at 0.2%, the data provided little action in the market. Looking to the technical 1.3560 appears to be resistance in the short term while 1.3400 is the ...
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