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USD/CAD finds support as Canada GDP data and US personal spending disappoints
29th May
  • The USD/CAD was little changed as traders reacted to Canada GDP data and US personal income and spending data.
  • Canada economy declined by 2.1% in the first quarter while RMPI declined by 13.4% in April.
  • In the United States, personal income rose by 10.5% while spending fell by 13.6% in April.

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