In the early hours of Tuesday, the US Dollar faces challenges in maintaining its strength against major currencies, with the US Dollar Index struggling to surpass the 104.00 mark. Investors are eagerly anticipating the release of key economic data, including January Durable Goods Orders and the Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Index for February. Additionally, the economic calendar includes...
USD/CAD: bulls control the situation
2019-11-11 • Updated
Recommendation: BUY 1.3315 SL 1.3260 TP1 1.3415 TP2 1.3515 TP3 1.3615, SELL 1.3190 SL 1.3245 TP1 1.3110 TP2 1.3050 TP3 1.3
On a daily chart of USD/CAD, the targets of “Shark” (88.6%) and “Wolfe Waves” patterns were reached. As a result, the risks of the reversal to 23.6%, 38.2% and 50% from the CD wave increased. If the resistance at 1.3315-1.3320 is broken, the bulls can expect a further rise.
On H1, bulls keep the situation under control. However, if the pair leaves the upward channel and breaks the support at 1.3190 (23.6% from the last upward wave), the “Crab” pattern with the 161.8% target will be activated.
Traders are closely monitoring Fed speeches, particularly Fed's Mester speech scheduled for Tuesday, for further insights into monetary policy directions. Additionally, market participants await key economic releases later in the week, including New Zealand's Unemployment Rate for Q4 and ...
As Germany faces consecutive economic contractions and the broader Eurozone grapples with diverse economic conditions, the upcoming flash CPI inflation figures take center stage. These figures will shape market expectations regarding potential rate cuts, with the ECB carefully navigating uncertainties
Bullish Scenario: Buys above 17910 with TP:18098.07, TP2:18277, and TP3: 18415 Bearish Scenario: Sells below 17850 with TP1:17730, TP2: 17700
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After creating record highs, Wall Street's main indexes opened on Wednesday and began to edge lower, reflecting cautious sentiment among investors. They're eagerly awaiting crucial inflation data that could impact the U.S. Federal Reserve's interest rate decisions. The upcoming release of the personal consumption expenditures (PCE) price index is expected...