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Forex Daily Outlook August 29 2012

Prelim GDP in the US and Nationwide HPI in the UK are the main events today.  Here is an outlook on the market-movers awaiting us

In the US, Prelim Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the total annualized value change of the economy production of goods and services, rise of 0.2% is likely up to 1.7% from the last quarter. Meanwhile on the Prelim GDP Price Index no change is expected and 1.6% is due to remain.

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USD/CAD Outlook August 27-31

USD/CAD Outlook August 27-31

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USD/CAD Outlook Jul. 30 – Aug. 3

USD/CAD Outlook Jul. 30 – Aug. 3

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USD/CAD Outlook June 25-29

USD/CAD Outlook June 25-29

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Forex Daily Outlook May 30 2012

Forex Daily Outlook May 30 2012

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USD/CAD Outlook May 28 – June 1

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Forex Daily Outlook April 30 2012

Forex Daily Outlook April 30 2012

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USD/CAD Outlook Apr.30 – May 4

USD/CAD Outlook Apr.30 – May 4

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USD/CAD Outlook March 26-30

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