Forex Flash: Turned neutral on CAD/JPY – TDS

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FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - Right at fresh year to date highs, and highest since May 2011, CAD/JPY trades at 85.26 last, off yesterday's highs at 85.55, with TD Securities Toronto based FX Research Team pointing out that: "We turned neutral on CAD/JPY last week as the cross struggled to better the 85 area. This was our near-term bull objective following CAD/JPY's break higher from the JPY 78.90/81.45 range and represents the March high for the cross," the team says.

The analyst expand: "Choppy price action in the past couple of sessions suggests to us that there is some risk of a short-term correction but, if we do see a dip, it should remain shallow. We expect strong support through to the low 83 area but weakness may not extend much below 84 at the moment."

"We think 88/89 is reachable in the next few weeks and we think buying dips in the CAD from here is the correct strategy," the team concludes.



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