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GBP/CAD

This forex pair represents the British Pound - Canadian Dollar cross. This Sterling ('base currency') is one of the heaviest traded pairs in the world. The Loonie ('counter currency') is typically considered a commodity currency due to Canada's reliance on energy exports for growth.


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British Pound Slips Despite Higher Yields as Economic Data Weakens

With economic data starting to broadly underperform, the British Pound has begun to slip back. Recent talk of stimulus withdrawal by the Bank of England the resulting bump higher in UK Gilt yields has done little to keep the British Pound supported.
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British Pound to Remain Lower after UK Election Surprise


Canadian Dollar to Correct Higher Against British Pound


Bullish GBP/CAD on CAD Correlation To Oil & GBP Strengthening


Canadian Dollar Remains Weak Thanks to Oil Decline, Data Generally Soft


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Martin Essex, MSTA

Martin Essex, MSTA   

Analyst and Editor

My Picks: Short GBP/CAD
Expertise: Economics and Technical Analysis
Average Time Frame of Trades: Few days - Few weeks


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