Tag Archives: CAD forecast

Canadian Dollar remains vulnerable due to NAFTA talks (Daniel Johnson)

Trumps demands are unrealistic in regards to NAFTA The Canadian Dollar lost ground against the majority of major currencies recently following poor retail sales and inflation data. There is also the matter of the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Donald Trump feels that the current agreement is not beneficial enough for […]

GBPCAD close to reaching 12 month high!

In recent weeks the GBPCAD exchange rates have continued to climb proving opportunity for Canadian dollar buyers, however I expect exchange rates could get better in the weeks to come. NAFTA negotiations began on Tuesday in Montreal and the initial reaction is that the negotiations have actually started well which is a surprise. However the […]

Bank of Canada predicted to hike rates (Daniel Johnson)

Is a Rate hike justified by the BOC? This afternoon is the Bank of Canada (BOC) interest rate decision. The expectations are that there will be a hike from 1% to 1.25%. Bank of Canada Governor, Stephen Poloz has stated a change in interest rate would be data dependent. If this is the case then¬† […]

NAFTA Breakdown threatens the Canadian Dollar? (Daniel Johnson)

NAFTA Negotiations are set to be problematic. The North American Free Trade agreement is key to the health of the Canadian economy. The agreement between the US, Canada and Mexico is under threat as US President , Donald Trump feels the deal is nowhere near as beneficial as it should be to the US. Canada […]

Will uncertainty surrounding the UK government push the Pound lower? (Joseph Wright)

The Pound to Canadian Dollar rate, despite trading within quite a wide range over the past year is actually flat on an annualised basis, after the Pound has lost quite a lot of value in recent weeks due to mounting pressure on the UK’s Prime Minister. There are apparently dozens of Conservative MP’s that are […]

Where next for CAD? (Daniel Johnson)

Could we see further gains for CAD? The Canadian dollar has performed well at the start of November, dropping as low as 1.65 against Sterling. Although there are worries surrounding trade between the US and Canada (the US is Canada’s biggest trade partner)¬† I am still of the opinion there could be further losses for […]

Sterling predicted to fall further in 2018, should you exchange your Pounds now? (Joseph Wright)

This morning could be important for Sterling exchange rates as UK trade balance figures for the Pound are due to be released. UK Trade balance figures are important because they will demonstrate the gap between what Britain buys from the rest of the world versus what it sells back. This update comes at a time […]

No further hikes for the Bank of Canada

This week Governor of the Bank of Canada Stephen Poloz surprisingly announced that interest rates wouldn’t raised again anytime soon and in fact interest rates could go either way due to fears that household debt is rising to fast. Within the same speech the governor outlined certain factors that are likely to influence interest rate […]

GBP to CAD rate trading around its best levels in almost 3 months, will the recovery continue? (Joseph Wright)

The Pound appears to be recovering from its 2017 lows that it hit in August as the GBP/CAD pair are now trading firmly in the 1.60’s. Brexit uncertainties seem to have been shelved for now by the financial markets as Sterling is also recovering against many major currency pairs with the Pound to Euro rate […]

Will Brexit concerns continue to drive GBP/CAD downward? (Joseph Wright)

The Pound to Canadian Dollar exchange rate has continued its downward trend during today’s trading session, and I think it will be interesting to see whether 1.60 manages to act as a support level or not moving forward. The lowest level the pair have hit today is 1.6014 so the key level is getting closer. […]