CAD recovers strength after weak opening on G7 meeting. Higher crude oil prices and a weaker US Dollar sends USD/CAD back below 1.3000. The USD/CAD pair peaked earlier today at 1.3026, slightly below
Crude oil WTI 15-minute chart Spot rate:                      66.06 Relative change:           0.85%      High:                             66.10 Low:                              64.83 Trend:       
The UK PM Theresa May is delivering her prepared statement on the G7 summit at the Parliament, providing the key quotes found below. Clear there was some debate & disagreements at G7. G7 agreed to
 Analysts at TD Securities noted that on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, the UK House of Commons begins a series of votes on 15 amendments on the Withdrawal Bill made earlier this year by the House o
In an interview with Reuters, Paul Gamble, Fitch's top 'emerging' Europe sovereign analyst, commented on the recent developments in Turkey: "They have dealt with some of the near-term stresses but we
USD/CAD bulls lifted the currency pair to 1.3013 but found resistance as the market failed to break above last Friday’s high.  USD/CAD has been range bound between 1.2750 and 1.3050 in the last seven
In an interview with CNNMoney, Suhail Al Mazrouei, the current head of OPEC and energy minister of the United Arab Emirates, said that they haven't received any official or unofficial communication fr
 
     
 
     
 

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