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Canadian Dollar Remains Weak Versus the Yen Despite BOC Rate Hike
Good day FX peeps! To cap the week I present to you an update of the CADJPY. You see, the pair has consolidated within a small symmetrical triangle after it broke down from a bigger descending triangle formation. As of the moment, the pair is already nearing the apex of symmetrical triangle. This suggests that a break out whether to the upside or to the downside is imminent.
Singapore Dollar Trading At An All-Time High Versus the US Dollar!
Good day Forex friends! In today’s FX special, I present to you the monthly chart of the US Dollar versus the Singapore Dollar (USDSGD). As you can see, the USDSGD pair has been sloping downwards for quite some time now. Last Friday, however, it was able to cross below the psychological 1.3500 support, marking a new all-time high for the Singapore dollar.
Hiyo FX peeps! Here’s a weekly chart of the GBPCHF pair. As you can see, the pair has been trading sideways after hitting a low of 1.5118 back in December 29 back in 2008. Just recently, however, the Swiss franc was able to hurdle below the 1.5825 marker against the British pound.
Welcome to another week of forex trading! In today’s FX feature is the daily cast of the CADJPY. As you can see from the chart, the pair broke down from a descending triangle pattern. Since then, it has been trading between 78.60 and 81.70. Last Friday, we the Canadian dollar rallied against the Japanese yen to push the CADJPY pair closer to where the former support of the triangle.
Hiyo my avid forex fans! In my previous article about the euro, I mentioned that its recent rally after breaking down from what appears to be a head and shoulders formation could be over soon. However, a full blown breakdown and a reversal did not really pan out as the euro bulls were able to out-muscle the bears to place them back on top.
Good day ladies and gents. Well, it’s been a pleasant couple of months or even years for the Japanese yen bulls. As you can see, the USDJPY has sunk for 4 consecutive months in a row! It’s actually been on a downward slope since the last quarter of 2007! Nice. You see, the pair was running at a high of 124.16 back in 2007. Today, it touched a low of 83.59.
Are the Dollar and Euro to be Dance Partners in Lieu of Domestic Growth?
Pick your movie metaphor, but it appears that the U.S. Dollar and the Euro are entwined in their own version of the “Last Tango in Paris”, where neither is sure where the relationship will head, but time marches on. Ever since the Greek debt crisis hit the global stage in May, markets have been in turmoil, until finally resuming something short of normalcy in the past few weeks.