|Day's range||1.509 - 1.501|
|52-week range||1.4587 - 1.5014|
Investing.com - The U.S. dollar moved higher against its Canadian counterpart on Wednesday, after the release of positive U.S. economic reports and as declining oil prices weighed on demand for the commodity-related Canadian dollar.
The Euro continues to cause a fright for investors and maybe that is appropriate since it is Halloween tomorrow. The Euro continues to be tested near important support levels and has not produced an upward reversal in the short-term. Euro Trading Slightly Above Important Support The Euro continues to trade near important support against the … Continue reading Euro Acting Like Its Halloween
Following a rise in UK inflation, the GBP struggled against the dollar, How would you sum up Sterling’s week and where do you see it going next? It’s been a dire week for the Pound, with inflation’s rise to 3% doing little in terms of support with the new BoE Deputy Governor stating that he … Continue reading Pound Struggles, NAFTA weighed on the Loonie and Catalonia Still Hanging over the Euro