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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.

  • Boris Johnson's Tories achieve landslide UK election victory

    GBPUSD surges 350pts in early Asia to hit 1.35 handle. Broad USD sales ensue.
    Risk-on wave in Asia follows very positive US/China trade deal sentiment from NY session yesterday.
    President Trump reportedly signs off on deal to reduce existing China tariffs by 50% + delay planned Dec 15th tariffs.
    Chinese officials do not confirm anything in the overnight session. Expected to speak shortly after 10amET.
    USDCAD funds shorts can’t benefit from two waves of “risk-on”. AUDUSD longs looking nervous.
    GBPUSD now 150pts off session highs. “Buy the rumour/sell the fact” + 5pmET hour gap fill in play.
    USDJPY fund longs breath sigh of relief over the last 24hrs. US 10yr yields back below 1.90% now though.
    US Retail Sales disappoints for November, +0.2% MoM vs +0.5% expected.

  • Fed leans dovish. ECB stands pat. UK election result looms.

    Dovish Powell sends US yields and USD lower yesterday. EURUSD achieves technical upside breakout.
    AUDUSD extends its rally post-Fed, following early session break back above 0.6840.
    USDCAD collapses below 1.3180s, now a pivotal level ahead of Poloz speech at 12:40pmET.
    ECB keeps all monetary policy measures in place this morning. Christine Lagarde not ruffling any feathers so far.
    GBPUSD reverses lower as option traders worry about tonight’s UK election result for the Tories. Polls close at 5pmET.
    High-stakes meeting expected to occur at White House today re: planned Dec 15th tariffs on China.

  • FX markets quiet ahead of Fed rate decision

    • Markets expecting no change to interest rates and forward guidance.
    • US CPI (Nov) comes in slightly higher than expected on headline, but in-line on the core measure.
    • GBPUSD moved swiftly lower in Asia after final YouGov MPR poll predicts Tory majority of just 28 seats.
    • AUDUSD seemingly rising on NZD strength today, back above important 0.6840 level.
    • EURUSD toying with bullish upside break above 1.1100. Is there a dovish surprise in store from the Fed today?
    • USDCAD continues to meander at the mid-point of its new 1.3160-1.3260 range.
    • USDJPY holding 108.60s, but funds not positioned well for negative shocks over the next 48hrs.
    • Weekly EIA oil inventory report at 10:30amET. Fed press release at 2pmET. Press conference at 2:30pmET.

  • US/China negotiators “laying the groundwork” for delay of Dec 15th tariffs (WSJ).

    • Risk sentiment getting slight boost into NY trade. S&Ps, yields, Chinese yuan, USDJPY higher.
    • AUDUSD still marred by Friday’s negative post NFP reversal back below the 0.6840s.
    • USDCAD traders digesting conflicting USMCA headlines amid new 1.3160-1.3260 price range.
    • EURUSD buyers continue to show up on dips. German ZEW Expectations surprises to the upside.
    • GBPUSD retesting 1.3180s weekly resistance ahead of 5pmET final YouGov election poll.
    • Big week still ahead: US CPI + FOMC meeting tomorrow. ECB meeting, UK election, Poloz speech on Thursday.
    • Funds continued to add longs in USDJPY during week ending Dec 3rd, despite Dec 2nd bearish reversal.

  • CXI Announces Strategic Relationship with Duty Free Americas, Inc. as Its Exclusive Foreign Currency Provider

    December 9, 2019 Orlando, Florida – Currency Exchange International, Corp. (TSX:CXI) (OTCBB:CURN) (“CXI” or the "Company"), a full service foreign exchange technology and services provider, is pleased to announce it has entered into an exclusive relationship with Duty Free Americas, Inc. (“DFA”). As the first phase of this new strategic relationship, DFA will operate as an agent of CXI at more than 30 of DFA’s retail stores located in the United States and Canadian border. All retail stores included in the first phase will be transacting with CXI by the end of January 2020.

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