If the market gets confirmation that Canadian economy is doing better than the US one, which had a very bad Q2, USD/CAD will suffer.
AUD/CAD has trouble rising
SELL 0.9475; TP1 0.9455; TP2 0.9415; SL 0.9490
AUD/CAD met resistance at the line connecting December and March highs. It failed to close above 10-day MA (0.9515) on Friday and is now testing 200-day MA (0.9497). We see that the path of the least resistance for the pair is to the downside. The decline below 0.9480 will confirm the short-term top and open the way down to 0.9455 (200-period MA on H4) and last week’s lows at 0.9415. To regain strength the Australia dollar needs to get above March 26 high at 0.9526. In this case, the next upside target will be at 0.9623.
Gold is steadily plummeting for the third consecutive day. Where is the bottom? Let’s find out.
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