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WHAT AND HOW MAY AFFECT THE PRICE OF (AUD / CAD)
(AUD) Australian dollar versus (CAD) Canadian dollar. Both currencies are considered currencies that have a connection to commodities and are considered a stable currency pair. CAD fortunes are closely related to the United States because it is one of the main and its largest trading partner and is a neighbor. The AUD will be most affected mainly by its alignment with Australia and Asian markets.
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AUD / CAD Recommended Trading Hours
During the day there are times of high demand to trade AUD / CAD when the currency pair tends to be more volatile. The AUD / CAD pair normally tends to have high activity between
19:00 and 04:30 (GMT)./ CAD when the currency pair tends to be more volatile. The AUD / CAD pair normally tends to have high activity between
Why is the AUD / CAD pair attractive to traders?
Trading AUD to CAD is very popular with traders around the world. One of the main reasons for its popularity is the scope of the information available on the economic and political factors of both countries, of which it could influence the currency pair.
As with all currency pairs, there are far more factors in relation to the two than meets the eye.
In the following sections, we are going to take a closer look at the Australian dollar and CAD exchange rates and help you understand why large numbers of traders and investors find it an attractive market to trade.
History of the currency pair AUD / CAD
Australian dollar and Canadian dollar./ CAD
The Australian dollar was preceded by the Australian pound. For decades, the country had been using the British pound until the moment it devalued against the US dollar.
In the 1960s, the country had to make a decision to go ahead with the Australian dollar.
The imports and exports of the Asian continents strengthened in proportion to the Australian dollar.
This relationship has continued to play a major role in the rise and fall of the value of the Australian dollar.
The Canadian dollar was spread in the 1850s. Originally, the currency used was the Canadian pound, but the system was changed, as the country had ambitions to want to improve and strengthen trade and relations with the United States.