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Currency Exchange International, Corp (CXI) is a leading provider of foreign currency exchange services in North America. We provide our services to individuals through our branch network in popular tourist destinations. We’re also one of the largest third party currency exchange providers to financial institutions and corporations. Our goal is to ensure every customer, no matter how large or small, comes away with the best foreign currency exchange experience possible when dealing with CXI.

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    • USDCAD scrambling for support in the 1.3180s.
    • EURUSD and AUDUSD consolidating bullish daily reversals from yesterday.
    • GBPUSD pulling back after yesterday’s “Brexit optimism” surge.
    • Three Tory MPs quit today. May/Juncker meeting at 12:30pmET.
    • USDJPY buyers return after 110.50s hold.
    • FOMC Minutes at 2pmET.

  • USD trading mixed ahead of quiet start to holiday shortened week

    • USDCAD holding 1.3230-40s as April crude struggles with $56 handle.
    • EURUSD on the defensive following technical selling and more weak European data.
    • GBPUSD continues to shake off Brexit negativity since Friday’s sharp rebound. Theresa May and Juncker to meet tomorrow.
    • Dovish RBA Minutes sees AUDUSD slip further off Monday’s highs. Wage data, employment, Lowe on deck this week.
    • More accommodative talk from the BOJ’s Kuroda helping to lift USDJPY earlier, but gains now fading.

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  • EURUSD trades lower as the negative European headlines continue to mount

    • Spain calls for snap elections in April. Italy’s Borghi bringing back euro-skeptic vibes.
    • ECB’s Couere admits economic slowdown broader and stronger than expected. TLTROs still possible.
    • UK Retail Sales beat expectations for January, but Brexit fears continue to weigh. 42 days to go.
    • AUDUSD stuck in familiar range with 0.7100 now the pivot.
    • USDCAD also pivoting at 1.3280s following yesterday’s failed breakout and crude oil’s recovery back above 54.50.
    • USDJPY trying to regain 110.50s after yesterday’s negative NY close. S&P futures +11.

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