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Canadian Dollar Bounces After Earlier Losses

The Canadian dollar was moving lower against its major counterparts during the Monday’s trading session but has rebounded against the US dollar and the euro as of now and trimmed its losses versus the Japanese yen.

Dollar Goes Lower After Brainard Speaks

The US dollar was weak across the board after the speech from Governor Lael Brainard as well as speeches of the members of the Federal Reserve.

Greenback Trades Mixed Ahead of Brainard Speech

Later today, Lael Brainard, one of the policymakers at the Federal Reserve, is expected to make remarks. As a result of speculation over what he might say, the US dollar is trading mixed today.

Australian Dollar Falls with Global Stocks & Bonds

The Australian dollar fell today following the drop of global stocks and bonds. The reason for that were speculations about a potential interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve in the near future.

Canadian Dollar Ends Trading Soft

The Canadian dollar ended the Friday’s trading session very soft against its major peers. There were plenty of reasons for the currency to go down.

Economic Data Detrimental to Australian Dollar

The Australian dollar dropped today against its most-traded peers as economic data both domestic and from abroad was detrimental to the currency.

CAD Falls vs. USD & EUR, Beats JPY

The Canadian dollar fell against the US dollar and the euro today as mixed economic data released from Canada was not helping the currency. At the same time, the loonie outperformed the extremely weak Japanese yen.

Australian Dollar Higher After Trade Balance Improves

The Australian dollar rose today following yesterday’s drop. The currency gained thanks to the improvement of the nation’s trade balance.

NZD Highest in More Than Year vs. USD & EUR

The New Zealand dollar rose during the Wednesday’s session, hitting the highest level in more than a year against the US dollar and the euro.

Australian Dollar Lower as Economic Data Hurts

The Australian dollar fell against the US dollar and the Japanese yen today as domestic economic data released over the trading session was detrimental to the currency.

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