- The Fed raises investor's concerns over the US economic recovery prospects.
- Risk-off correlations are hiring the commodity-FX complex, including the CAD.
The commodity complex has been knocked by the Fed on Wednesday and such high beta currencies as the loonie has been damaged in the process.
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The US dollar is bid as it picks up safe-haven demand while stocks fall and US yields rise.
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The following 60-min chart shows the negative correlation between the S&P 500 and USD/CAD:
USD/CAD's bullish perspective
Meanwhile, the long game's outlook for USD/CAD would coincide with the current trajectory for a restest of old support:
The monthly target is some way off, but there are lower time frame opportunities son the way there.
The weekly chart above has a level of resistance to overcome first.
Meanwhile, the daily chart is in the throes of a W-formation.
A rejection at this resistance will open prospects for a correction to old resistance that would be expected to act as support.
This level also has a confluence with a 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level.
A continuation would then be expected to fully move beyond the weekly resistance and on the road to the monthly resistance.
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