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    USD/CAD has been on somewhat on holiday since yesterday, and today's softer than expected Mar trade balance failed to stir things up. Looking ahead things may get more interesting if Apr-May trade numbers are affected by the recent CAD strength. While you've heard plenty of horror stories about the US housing sector it's worth noting that Canada has only seen signs of a gentle slowdown so far even if Mar House price index today showed y/y growth falling back to single digits. Housing trend has peaked but is still very far from consumer-worry territory. BoC Governor Dodge is speaking at 13:35edt, and the topic of the pension system is unlikely to have traders glued to their screens. USD/CAD so far marking time in the 1.1040-1.1090 range, although the generally stronger USD may start testing the resilience of CAD longs.

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    Thu May 10 11:25:00 2007(EST)

    Canadian Apr Labour Force Survey should produce 12k new jobs marking the 8th straight month of employment expansion. Recent volatility in monthly readings suggests however an ample scope for surprises in either direction. Unemployment rate will remain unchanged at 6.1%, still at 30-year lows, suggesting the labour market remains very tight.


    Part-time jobs have been surprisingly strong, up for 5 straight months although this is consistent with a growing number of 15-24 year olds joining the labour force. Manufacturing could see some rebound after very strong StatsCan and BoC surveys, whereas government jobs should correct some of Mar's strength.


    The growth in labour force should moderate in line with new jobs suggesting that the unemployment rate will remain at 6.1%.


    In Mar, the participation rate rose to the highest level since Jun 2004 and we expect a slight pullback in Apr from 67.5 to 67.4.

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    شراء الدولار الأمريكي مقابل الكندي فوق 1.1040 وجني الأرباح عند 1.1100 وإيقاف الخسارة تحت 1.0990.

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    11-5-2007
    The Canadian dollar lost ground against its U.S. counterpart after a weaker-than-expected trade date released.  Canada's trade surplus fell to C$4.6 billion in March, missing expectations of a C$5.7 billion surplus.  The market will turn its attention to April jobs data due out tomorrow which could push the loonie the higher.

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    12:55 EDT - USD/CAD may look to be in a 'bottomless pit' right now, but at some point leg 5 down is going to end. Though, not right now. Perhaps when IMM data shows that CAD long positions have reached back toward extreme levels, the mkt will be ready to turn viciously the other way. Next support is at 1.0850/40

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    Do you know where I can find the day's end futures prices on forex and the US indexes?

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    usd will rise these days

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    USD/CAD Daily Outlook

    Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.2140; (P) 1.2219; (R1) 1.2274; More.

    USD/CAD's break of 1.2191 indicates that decline from 1.3063 is resuming. Intraday bias remains on the downside as long as 1.2482 resistance holds. Further decline could now be seen towards 100% projection of 1.3063 to 1.2191 from 1.2713 at 1.1841. On the upside, though, above 1.2482 will argue that USD/CAD's fall has possibly completed earlier than we thought and will turn focus back to 1.2713 resistance for confirmation.

    In the bigger picture, there is no change in USD/CAD's outlook. Fall from 1.3063 is treated as the last falling leg of triangle consolidation that started at 1.3015. Having said that, downside of the current fall is expected to be contained by support zone of 1.1761/1841 to complete such consolidation. Sustained break of 1.3063 will confirm medium term up trend resumption for 61.8% retracement of 1.6196 to 0.9056 at 1.3469. However, note that a break below 1.1761/1841 will dampen this view and argue that rise from 0.9056 has indeed completed. Focus will then turn to 1.1464 support.

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