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USD/CAD: Long-Term Trend Line In Play; Will It Break?

Technical Bias: Neutral

Key Takeaways
• US dollar continues to struggle against the Canadian dollar despite strong labor data.
• USDCAD pair testing long-term trend line, and struggling to hold the same.
• USDCAD support seen at 1.0620 and resistance ahead at 1.0720.

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