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With the major financial markets closed for the day, volumes will be on the lighter side. U.S housing data will be the only numbers for the Dollar to respond to.
The AUD/USD enjoyed a 0.39 percent boost in the Asian session following strong employment data. The Cable underwent extended slump even in the absence of Brexit headlines.
F5 Networks' (FFIV) fiscal Q2 results are expected to benefit from growth in its software solutions. However, margins are likely to be under pressure due to higher spending on cloud and security.
CalAmp (CAMP) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
This time, the CAD Retails numbers are expected to report positive data to the prior negative numbers. Loonie continued to remain subdued within the range of 1.3282/1.3402 levels since April 1.
BlackBerry Ltd (TSX:BB)(NYSE:BB) and Sierra Wireless, Inc. (TSX:SW)(NASDAQ:SWIR) are two of the most often-mentioned tech stocks on the market at the moment, but which of these two is the better investment?
Intel Corp.’s revenue may get hit on its decision to exit the 5G smartphone business after the settlement was announced. The revival of Qualcomm’s relationship with Apple eventually swayed Intel’s management to hang up its efforts to dominate the 5G smartphone modem business.
Recent acquisitions will significantly boost software-as-a-service revenue for the machine-to-machine communications leader.
The loonie touched the month low near 1.3272 levels amid influential Canadian CPI figures. GBP/USD doused in plunge as events came out below-expectation. This time, the EIA reported a negative US Crude Inventory data.
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The USD/CAD may find a way to recover previous losses post-release of the bearish-expected Canadian CPI Core data. The Major 200-day SMA stood above the pair inviting more loonie bears.
The Dollar’s on the back foot following stats out of China this morning. It may not last though if there’s a resolution to the trade war…
China data was skewed to the positive. Whilst failing to spur the equity markets, the EUR and the Aussie Dollar benefited.
At 3:09 p.m. (1909 GMT), the Canadian dollar was trading 0.1% higher at 1.3352 to the greenback, or 74.90 U.S. cents. The price of oil, one of Canada's major exports, rose as fighting in Libya and falling Venezuelan and Iranian exports raised concerns over tightening global supply. U.S. crude oil futures settled 1% higher at $64.05 a barrel.
Will Skechers's Q1 Results Help the Stock Keep Up Its Strong Run?Strong year-to-date movement Skechers (SKX) stock was up 52.2% on a year-to-date basis as of April 15. The footwear company is scheduled to report its first-quarter results on April
The EUR/USD showcased a seesawed performance during the day. AUD/USD plunged in the Asian session after the announcement of RBA’s dovish monetary comments. The loonie pair fell off to 1.3350 levels over weaker reports and crude upliftment.
Are These Tech Stocks Overvalued after Nearing 52-Week Highs?(Continued from Prior Part)Stock returnsTechnology hardware company Cisco Systems (CSCO) has generated returns of 31% in the last 12 months. The stock was volatile last year but managed to
Cisco Systems, up 32.5% for the year, is rising Tuesday, despite being removed from the investment bank’s Conviction Buy list. It still sees more upside for the shares.