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CAD/JPY

The cross between the Canadian Dollar and the Japanese Yen is seen as a strong substitute for the USD/JPY pair when a trader is wary of trading the US Dollar. However, CAD/JPY is historically more sensitive to changes in market-wide sentiment than USD/JPY due to the historically higher yield attached to the Canadian Dollar. Further, the 'Loonie' - as the Canadian Dollar is known - is affected by oil prices because of Canada's energy exports.


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My Picks: Bullish CADJPY
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