The USDCAD rallied above the 1.3500 level following the BOC rate decision, and the pair looks to have broke out.
The USDCAD has a longer term inverted head and shoulder’s pattern in play.
Oil went into free fall in mid-2014, experiencing a relentless bear move which saw oil price drop by over 70%. US shale producers turned out to be the tipping point in terms of the global supply glut. This, combined with a decrease in global demand, proved to be an unstoppable force that lasted for over a year.
The USDCAD will apparently close the week below the 200DMA.
The USDCAD rallied to new highs for 2018 as crude oil pushed below the $47 level today.
2018 is nearly upon us and the past year was certainly full of interesting events. Potentially dangerous political events in the EU – such as the French & German elections and the Catalan independence referendum – were safely navigated.
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Canada is an important G7 country with a quite particular economy. It’s a net exporter of energy and tends to be viewed by the market as an oil-dependent economy. As oil started to plunge in late 2014, the Canadian Dollar followed suit and weakened substantially – vs the USD it climbed from roughly parity to […]