Tickmill’s Investing Diva, CADJPY Daily Outlook 09-09-19

Tickmill’s Investing Diva, CADJPY Daily Outlook 09-09-19

Invest Diva 9.9.20

CADJPY Daily Outlook 09-09-19 – On Tuesday Oil prices fell sharply on demand fears as the U.S. summer driving season ends. The EU former chief said a no-deal Brexit is the most likely outcome of trade talks Japan’s Q2 GDP revised down to an annualized 28.1% contraction and A measure of Australian business conditions fell sharply in August.

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On Wednesday, all eyes will be on Bank of Canada’s interest rate decision. Today I’m looking at the CAD/JPY pair which appears to have topped out at 81.72 and in the process of forming a double top bearish reversal chart pattern. The pair remains above the daily Ichimoku cloud with the future cloud appear bullish, so we’re still in a wait-and-see mode. We wouldn’t be fully bearish unless the pair confirms a break below the 79 pivot level.

Do you think this is a temporary pullback for the CAD/JPY? Head over to the comments section and let me know.

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