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FX:GBPCAD   British Pound / Canadian Dollar
Dear Traders, hope you are doing great, we have an update on GBPCAD, our previous setup moving in positive with 380 PIPS.The GBP/CAD currency pair has been on a downward trend this week, falling from a high of 1.6650 on Monday to a low of 1.6350 on Friday. The pair has been under pressure from a number of factors, including a stronger US dollar and a weaker British pound. The US dollar has been buoyed by expectations of a rate hike by the Federal Reserve, while the British pound has been weighed down by concerns about the UK economy. The GBP/CAD pair is likely to remain under pressure in the near term, as the US dollar is expected to continue to strengthen. However, the pair could see some support if the UK economy shows signs of improvement;

How will positive news will impact on GBPCAD?

Positive news about the UK economy could lead to a rise in the value of the British pound, which would in turn cause the GBP/CAD currency pair to rise. This is because a stronger British pound would make it more expensive to buy Canadian dollars, which would lead to a decrease in demand for Canadian dollars and a rise in the value of the GBP/CAD pair.

However, the effect of positive news on the GBP/CAD pair would depend on the nature of the news and the market's reaction to it. If the news is seen as significant and likely to have a lasting impact on the UK economy, then it could lead to a sustained rise in the value of the British pound and the GBP/CAD pair. However, if the news is seen as less significant or likely to have a temporary impact, then it could lead to a more muted reaction in the market and the GBP/CAD pair.

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-Price failed to come to our area and it continued the downtrend. Setup Invalidated.

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