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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Canadian Dollar
  • Prev. Close: 1.2884
  • Bid/Ask: 1.2817 / 1.2818
  • Day's Range: 1.2806 - 1.2891
USD/CAD 1.2818 -0.0066 -0.51%

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Compare real-time USD CAD quotes as offered by major Forex brokers for live and demo accounts. This table shows streaming real-time bid/ask data, as well as the current spread and the daily high and low prices.
Broker Bid Ask Spread (*) High Low Time
Admiral Markets - Live 1.28167 1.28180 1.3 1.28901 1.28041 17:06:44
Avatrade - Live 1.28158 1.28188 3.0 1.28892 1.28037 17:06:46
DF Markets - Live 1.28167 1.28183 1.6 1.28886 1.28042 17:06:42
Exness - Live 1.29253 1.29274 2.1 1.29381 1.28505 08/09
Forex.com - Live 1.29080 1.29100 2.0 1.29407 1.28834 23/08
ForexClub - Live 1.28169 1.28183 1.4 1.28902 1.28044 17:06:24
FXCM - Live 1.28172 1.28177 0.5 1.28903 1.28047 17:06:39
FXGrow - Live 1.28170 1.28179 0.9 1.28904 1.28040 17:06:46
FxNet - Live 1.25133 1.25140 0.7 1.25523 1.25106 24/07
FXPro - Live 1.28163 1.28184 2.1 1.28896 1.28035 17:06:45
GO Markets - Live 1.28167 1.28176 0.9 1.28904 1.28055 17:06:46
Oanda - Live 1.25289 1.25361 7.2 1.25975 1.25250 06/10
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Sunny Bergeron
Sunny Bergeron May 03, 2018 7:40
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Hmm... side lines. Friday NFP, if we have a great job report, we should test 1.30. If it's a bad report, we should have support at 1.26/1.27. Don't force it, wait for it.
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Sunny Bergeron Apr 20, 2018 19:01
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Nice, 1.27 ! Now, oïl is key here. Exxon Mobil Corporation earnings are Apr 27, 2018. After the earning XOM is going to head down and so is oïl. So if you like shorting ETF oïl , after the 27 april . And Us dollar should go higher to 1.30/ 1.32 . Don't force it, wait for it .
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Loutchy Mattei
Loutchy Mattei Apr 19, 2018 21:43
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so down it went....
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Sunny Bergeron
Sunny Bergeron Apr 13, 2018 8:33
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Ok, like i said if Canadian numbers are better then US we are going down to 1.25/ 1.26. There's alot of support at 1.25 . If oïl pump a little bit more, maybe we could see 1.24 .  But, we should pump back to 1.27. Waiting for oïl to turn, is the way to go before buying this US dollar.  Don't force it, wait for it.
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david owitz
david owitz Apr 10, 2018 11:47
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Sunny Bergeron
Sunny Bergeron Apr 05, 2018 8:07
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Yep, big day tomorrow ! Non-farm payrolls. If US numbers are good, we are going to test again 1.29/ 1.30. And for the Canada numbers. If Canadians numbers are stronge we are going down to a hugh support level of 1.25/.126. We could a bounce at that level. Waiting after the Canadians and the US non-farm payrolls numbers, is the way to go before invest. We should have a clear view after these numbers. Don't force it, wait for it.
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Loutchy Mattei
Loutchy Mattei Apr 01, 2018 18:05
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IS GOING DOWN BIG TIME
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Sunny Bergeron
Sunny Bergeron Mar 21, 2018 12:50
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Nice ! A dip is forming ! And falling significantly today, reaching down towards the 1.2950 level. Like i said before, if oil start to pump, we are going to have a pull back. There's support at 1.28 / 1.29. And the FOMC, if they annonce 4 raises this year, US dollar is going higher. If they annonce 3 raises, it's going to be choppy. But buying the dip is the way to go. Don't force it, wait for it.
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Sunny Bergeron
Sunny Bergeron Mar 21, 2018 12:50
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The committee stuck to their median forecast for a total of three rate hikes in 2018. So choppy US dollar for the future. We should have support at 1.28 / 1.29. Oil is sky rocking. Waiting for oil to turn, is the way to go know. Don't force it, wait for it.
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Sunny Bergeron
Sunny Bergeron Mar 05, 2018 7:57
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Great 1.29 ! We should have resistance at 1.29 / 1.30. Over 1.30 we could head up to 1.33 / 1.35. Buying the dips after 1.30 is the way to go. There's also support at 1.25 / 1.26. Buy keep an eye on oil. If oil continu it's down wards movement, we will see 1.33 / 1.35 and +. But if oil turn around and start to head up. We could have a pull back. This will put more value of buying the dips. There's going to be support at 1.25 / 12.6. Don't force it, wait for it.
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Drew Simenac
Drew Simenac Feb 26, 2018 22:08
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I'm new at this, from cad, about to buy USD, just waiting for it to drop into the teens tonight...
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Dark Roast
Dark Roast Feb 21, 2018 12:14
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Where is all the cad bulls shitz traders???
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Sunny Bergeron
Sunny Bergeron Feb 21, 2018 7:43
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Nice 1.26. Buying de dip till 1.29/1.30 should be the way to go. At 1.29/ 1.30 there's going to be resistance. So we could have a pull back at that level. Don't force it, wait for it...
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Sunny Bergeron
Sunny Bergeron Feb 06, 2018 20:11
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Now 1.25 sweet ! We are going to have resistance at 1.25 but if we go higher, we could go up to 1.29 . We should have support at 1.24 and 1.23. Don't force it, wait for it...
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Harvey Dent
Harvey Dent Jan 30, 2018 2:36
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Where can i sell certified cheque
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Sunny Bergeron
Sunny Bergeron Jan 17, 2018 7:31
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It's time to buy ! 1.24 is the flour.
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Sunny Bergeron
Sunny Bergeron Jan 17, 2018 7:31
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I'm mean floor.
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Danny S.
Danny S. Jan 17, 2018 7:31
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Good job it's 1.22 now
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Sunny Bergeron
Sunny Bergeron Jan 17, 2018 7:31
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Danny S.Oil and gold pressure. Everything has change. If we have support at 1.22/23 and see à bonce back, i would buy. But i would wait till we pass 1.25 to hope in. But if oil continu to go higher, forget it. The dollars could go to 1.20. 1.20 is a big round number  and there's probable going to be support. So after 1.25 is a buy. And if we have support on 1.20 it's a buy too. Don't force it, wait for it...
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Cedric Piper
Cedric Piper Jan 10, 2018 21:20
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Muhammad Shah
Muhammad Shah Oct 20, 2017 9:50
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Buy CPG when it hits CAD 9.
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Marc Gratton
Marc Gratton Sep 07, 2017 21:24
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Buy Silvercorp T.O or gold if you want a ride
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Marc Gratton
Marc Gratton Sep 07, 2017 21:22
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Short Bull end October ? Then will see
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Na Ji
Na Ji Aug 30, 2017 9:05
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Short bull what do you guys think ?
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Jose Martino
Jose Martino Aug 18, 2017 16:55
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how about the massive housing bubble deflating in TO?
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Adrian M Wyrzykowski
Adrian M Wyrzykowski Aug 18, 2017 16:55
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About damn time. It's only the beginning. These easy money heroes will get a reality check soon. Will be a great time to get greedy. Load up!
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Patel Yogesh
Patel Yogesh Aug 09, 2017 10:29
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Hmm interesting
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Ashur Daved
Ashur Daved Jul 27, 2017 20:43
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Taking this up to 1.3400+
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KovX Global
KovX Global Jul 27, 2017 20:43
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Seyed Poursaeed Definitely not
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Ashur Daved
Ashur Daved Jul 27, 2017 20:43
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What makes it so definitely not possible? It's due for a major correction and the past week has been showing bullish trend throughout.
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Catherine Leblanc
Catherine Leblanc Jul 27, 2017 20:43
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I hope so
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KovX Global
KovX Global Jul 21, 2017 18:14
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CAD will keep getting stronger until mid August.
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Ashur Daved
Ashur Daved Jul 18, 2017 21:42
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It's going up. I have quite a lot of buy positions on this one. This will go up and oil will drop. Once that happens, cash out usdcad and start buying oil!
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John Boy
John Boy Jul 18, 2017 21:42
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When?  I fear Canadian dollar getting stronger every day. I lose every day on ETF.  I fear I must sell soon before my loss gets any bigger.
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Ashur Daved
Ashur Daved Jul 18, 2017 21:42
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Soon.. Cad is in over bought territory.
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