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Dollar to Canadian dollar Chart and Live Prices Today

USD CAD Live Chart

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About this chart

About this chart

This page includes full information about the USD/CAD, including the USD/CAD live chart and dynamics on the chart by choosing any of 8 available time frames. By moving the start and end of the timeframe in the bottom panel you can see both the current and the historical price movements of the instrument. In addition, you have an opportunity to choose the type of the display of the USD/CAD live chart – Candles or Lines chart – through the buttons in the upper left corner of the chart.All clients that have not yet decided which instrument to trade are in the right place since reading full characteristics of the USDCAD and watching its performance on the charts will help them to make their final decision.
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Leverage 1:100
Margin 1000
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Status: Closed Trading
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About Currency Pair USD/CAD

USDCAD | Forex | Major

The US dollar (USD, “Greenback”) is the most widely traded currency in the world. The issuer is the Federal Reserve System(the Fed).

  • Is the most popular reserve currency, held by central banks, financial institutions and private investors
  • Is considered as a “safe haven” currency in periods of instability due to universally recognized reliability of the US economy
  • Is used as a standard payment unit in commodity markets

The Canadian dollar (CAD, “Loonie”) is the 7th most traded currency in the world. The issuer is the Bank of Canada.

  • Is affected by its neighbor country, USA economy.
  • Refers to "commodity" currencies, as the economy of Canada depends on commodity export (particularly, energy, wood and oil
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