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    USD/CAD rebounds from 1.34

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    "The dollar should regain more ground because better US data and easing global financial conditions should help the Fed keep its constructive economic outlook and signal further gradual tightening."
    - Credit Agricole (based on Business Recorder) 

    Pair's Outlook 
    The Loonie surprised with its performance yesterday, boosted by the Canadian GDP results more than expected. The USD/CAD dropped down to the weekly S1 at 1.3391, but closed trade still above the 1.34 mark. Not only this support succeeded in holding the pair from falling deeper, now it is also reinforced by the Bollinger band. Nonetheless, the closest resistance lies out of reach around 1.3635, represented by the weekly PP and the 100-day SMA. The 1.35 major level might be retaken today, but a surge beyond Tuesday's high is unlikely, in spite of a decline in oil prices allowing the Buck to inch higher against then CAD. 

    Traders' Sentiment 

    Today 55% of all open positions are long, compared to 53% on Tuesday. Meanwhile, the number of orders to purchase the Greenback slightly declined, namely from 74 to 65%.
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