The Canadian Dollar was unable yesterday to extend its recent very positive momentum which had twice seen it at the top of our one-day performance table and left it as the best performing currency last week. USD/CAD moved only very slightly lower to 1.2870, having been up and down in a 70 pip range from 1.2845 to 1.2915. After the US dollar, it was the second-weakest ...
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