CADJPY Daily Outlook - On Tuesday we found out that the US Home prices in April saw the biggest gain in 2 years, but they’re expected to drop by next year, the Spanish unemployment rose in May, a No-Deal Brexit Threat Looms Over the Pandemic-Ravaged U.K. and the US cities erupt in more violence amid threats from Trump.

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On Wednesday we’ll be looking at the swiss GDP, Germany’s unemployment and Canada’s Interest Rate decision.

Today I’m looking at the CAD/JPY pair which finally broke above the consolidation range as well as the daily Ichimoku cloud beginning of the week and reached the key resistance level and 38% Fibonacci retracement level of 80.58.

As the Ichimoku indicator suggests, we could see a temporary pullback here towards 79.33 before seeing further gains towards 82.

Do you think the new bullish momentum is here to stay? Head over to the comments section and let me know.

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