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  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 15:00 GMT

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  • Calendar event / Friday at 13:30 GMT

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  • Squawk / Thursday at 8:05 GMT
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    USDCAD bull trend neutralised; USDJPY indecisive

    A more aggressive selloff for the USDCAD Forex rate into mid-January, as we had flagged, was assisted by a rebound in the Oil price (benefiting the Canadian Dollar) and has pushed through some notable USDCAD support levels (see below).
    This has shifted the intermediate-term outlook for USDCAD from bullish to neutral, with asymmetrical risks towards an intermediate-term shift to bearish.
    As expected, the USDJPY currency pair continued the rebound since the “flash crash” that started the year, to push above the 108.90 level, which neutralised the intermediate-term bearish outlook, to set a broader range theme into the second half of January.

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  • Calendar event / 15 January 2019 at 13:30 GMT

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  • Squawk / 14 January 2019 at 8:24 GMT
    Founder, Owner, Director / Market Chartist
    United Kingdom
    USDCAD poised for an intermediate-term bear shift; USDJPY neutral

    A broadly more negative tone for the US Dollar has been seen in early 2019, given a more dovish tone from FOMC Members, including the Fed Chairman, Jerome Powell.
    Furthermore, a global shift to “risk on” has also been seen in early January, with easing trade war concerns.
    The above macroeconomic fundamental shifts, alongside a firm rebound in the Oil price (after aggressive weakness in Q4 2018) has seen USDCAD plunge lower, to neutralise an intermediate-term bull trend and threaten an intermediate-term shift to bearish (see below).
    USDJPY did seem an aggressive selloff to start the year with a “risk off flash crash”, but the strong subsequent rebound has seen an intermediate-term shift back to a neutral, broader range environment.

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    14 January
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Thank you Steve
    Wow. Just a few weeks ago is was all bullish on USDCAD. In the last 6 months I think I've seen a bull...