US Dollar vs Canadian Dollar: The market will be US centric this week with the focus on the FOMC interest rate announcement on Wednesday. It is widely expected that the Federal Reserve will raise rates, a quarter point, and economists will be looking for hints on future guidance from the Fed and the stance it will take as a new US government mandate is forming. WTI Crude is up 5% this morning after non OPEC members which also included ...
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