USD/CAD fell below 1.3130 this morning, a level not seen since September 2022. The strength of the Canadian dollar can be justified, among other things, by the fact that the inflation rate in Canada is lower than in the US.
In April, we wrote that a false bullish break (indicated by a circle) of a triangle (shown in green) could indicate that a genuine break would occur in a bearish direction and set a downtrend in the USD/CAD market. And so it happened.
Today's news on inflation in Canada (15:30 GMT+3) may significantly affect the dynamics of the current downtrend, which, if continued, has the prospect of reaching the bottom line (1) of the long-term channel.
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