US Dollar Technical Outlook: A Busy Holiday Week Awaits

People outside the United States are used to dealing with the dollar and are therefore more comfortable with it than any other currency in the world. The dollar rose on Friday as US Treasury yields moved higher. After the Canadian dollar lost a lot of ground on trade concerns, it managed to stabilize. It was largely ignored in the markets at night and is currently trading in which it closed yesterday. He was temporarily weighed down by the speech by the Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz. August is being finalized as the best currency block commodity performance compared to the greenback.

Better than expected data support the greenback as it reduces the incentive for the Fed to cut interest rates aggressively. Stronger than it will boost the currency. Overall it is difficult to know where to start with what should be one of the most consistent data and event weeks of the year.

US markets are higher today. Asia FX markets were busy. Currencies with Singapore on vacation today, currency trading will be deactivated somehow. The markets are more volatile than usual as the week, month, quarter, and the Japanese fiscal year all come to an end. Capital markets are back at full capacity after the May Day celebrations in some parts of Europe. With the global market closed to celebrate the long weekend of Easter, the pair seems more likely to maintain its recent trading range and wait for important macro releases next week, including sharply observed NFP, for some new directional momentum. The stock and energy markets will probably be punished should either earnings or data from disappointing us or China.

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There is a myriad of US data available today including, PCE, Chicago PMI and Michigan consumer confidence index. After Canadian celebrate Canada Day over the weekend, the first watch event is Markit’s manufacturing PMI, which showed growth in May. The Bank of Canada political meeting is Wednesday, while American and Canadian labor relations are due Friday.

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