USD/CAD Price Analysis: Bounces off monthly low ahead of Canadian jobs report

USD/CAD wavers round 1.2540, up 0.13% intraday, whilst heading into Friday’s European session. In doing so, the quote takes rounds to the day’s pinnacle after bouncing off a month-to-month low of 1.2520 to defy the preceding three-day downtrend.

However, the pair merchants stay cautious of the corrective pullback amid bearish MACD and the quote’s buying and selling under 21-day and 50-day SMA, no longer to neglect a descending resistance line from January 28.

Also difficult the USD/CAD healing is the predicted electricity in the Canadian employment data, up for publishing at 13:30 GMT today.


The pair presently goals March four low close to 1.2575 however 21-day and 50-day SMAs, respectively round 1.2635 and 1.2695, will be challenging challenges for the USD/CAD bulls.

Even if the quote manages to pass 1.2695, additionally the 1.2700 threshold, a six-week-old falling vogue line close to 1.2710, will add to the upside barriers.

Meanwhile, the 1.2500 round-figure serves as immediately guide in advance of highlighting the three-month-long assist line round 1.2455.


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