The euro-U.S. dollar pair may not be the best idea right now. Here’s a solid alternative.
Will this volatile situation be good or bad for the U.S. dollar?
The Bank of Canada is lowering expectations regarding raising rates and removing monetary stimulus.
This country stands to sharply benefit from a China snapback, so keep a close eye on the currency.
The perfect window for Spain to ask for a bailout is between Oct. 22-26.
If the Bank of Canada hikes rates, that may be your best bet.
It’s unlikely Friday’s report will meaningfully impact the dollar.
Traders and economists are split on rate-move expectations for the RBA.
China’s leadership change could have a much bigger impact on global markets than the U.S. elections will.
If stocks continue to rise the Canadian dollar should follow suit.