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USD/CAD Struggles for Direction Amid Oil Rebound, Disappointing Manufacturing Sales

The Canadian dollar is struggling for direction against its US counterpart on Tuesday, with the loonie finding support from a rebound in crude oil prices after enduring disappointing manufacturing numbers. The Canadian dollar has been trading relatively flat in the first few weeks of the calendar year. Could it be a flat first quarter for the loonie?

Canadian Dollar Strengthens on Oil Rally, Manufacturing Rebound

The Canadian dollar is kicking off 2021 with a bang against the US dollar as the currency broke the 1.27 mark on Tuesday. The loonie is mostly benefiting from rallying energy prices and a recovery in the manufacturing sector. How much room for growth will there be this year? Should the greenback maintain its downward trend and oil prices extend their gains into 2021, the loonie could have a bullish year.

USD/CAD Falls Amid Quiet Holiday Market Session, Crude Oil Rally

The Canadian dollar is adding to its 2020 gain against its US peer on Tuesday, driven by rising crude oil prices and a greater risk appetite in the broader financial markets. The loonie has stabilized for the last several months, with much of its rally occurring since September. Could the loonie ignite a significant rally next year?

Canadian Dollar Falls As New COVID-19 Strain Weighs on Crude Oil

The Canadian dollar fell against its US counterpart on Tuesday as a new strain of the coronavirus weighed on crude oil prices. So far this holiday-shortened trading week, investors have been seeking refuge in the traditional safe-haven asset, highlighting legitimate concerns over the threat of this COVID-19 mutation. Will other currencies in foreign exchange markets slump should the situation intensify?

Canadian Dollar Pauses 2020 Rally Against US Peer Amid Falling Crude Prices

The Canadian dollar weakened against its US peer to close out the trading week, with energy prices and producer prices coming into focus. The loonie is still on track to record a modest weekly gain against the greenback, but its overall 2020 performance in the foreign exchange markets has been remarkable.

Canadian Dollar Strengthens on Q3 GDP, Manufacturing PMI Growth

The Canadian dollar is strengthening against its US counterpart on Tuesday, buoyed by third-quarter economic growth and rebounding manufacturing activity. But the loonie’s rally was capped by sliding crude oil prices amid uncertainty over the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies, OPEC+, regarding output in 2021.

Canadian Dollar Strengthens as US Crude Tops $45, Biden Transition Formally Approved

The Canadian dollar is strengthening against its US peer on Tuesday as crude oil prices rallied to above $45. The loonie has surged by more than 1% this month, making the currency on track to erase its 2020 loss after stabilizing in the second half of the year. With soaring energy prices and a national economy recovering in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, is the Canadian dollar setting itself up as the next top currency in 2021?

Canadian Dollar Strengthens Despite Higher-Than-Expected Inflation

The Canadian dollar is strengthening against its US currency peer on Wednesday, despite price inflation coming in higher than the market forecast. Although the loonie has fallen against the greenback this year, the Canadian dollar has been making gains in recent months, allowing the currency to stabilize after enormous volatility in the first half of 2020.

CAD Surges on Sharp Oil Prices Rebound, Strong Manufacturing PMI

The Canadian dollar was the strongest currency on the Forex market on Monday. The reason for the currency’s impressive performance was primarily the sharp bounce of crude oil prices, though Canada’s macroeconomic data was also supportive of the loonie.

Euro Mixed amid Fears of Second Lockdown

The euro was mixed today, rising against some currencies and falling versus others. There were plenty of reasons for the currency to fall, though robust macroeconomic data released on Monday was supportive of the shared 19-nation currency.

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