The has dropped against its Canadian counterpart for the past nine consecutive days, falling more than 3 percent. This marks the USD/CAD’s longest losing streak since January 2011. Such consistency can represent strong trends, but the more they persist; the greater the chance a correction (small or large) is likely to occur.
The Loonie’s remarkable performance was helped along by news of Saudi Arabia’s Energy Ministerremarks that the next OPEC meeting could finally result in a supply agree meant that helped to . Separately, Russia’s energy minister said that their country would be . Both events appeared to support the recovery in WTI crude oil prices. In turn, USD/CAD’s correlation with the commodity has dove deeper into negative territory – hitting -0.84 (moving at the same pace in opposing directions) over the past 20 days.