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    Canadian dollar CAD Forecasts for 2021

    Forecasts for the Canadian dollar change all the time, affected by news events and relative sentiment towards the Canadian economy.

    Updated: Oct 09, 2021  

     

    1 CAD = 0.8101 USD
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    CAD to USD at 0.8098 has risen 2.0% above its 90-day average, range 0.7793-0.8098.
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    Canadian dollar Outlook

    ING think CAD is in oversold territory. They expect more tapering by the Bank of Canada to support the Canadian dollar into year-end, and the short positioning may help limit the loonie’s downside.

    CAD/USD wasChangePeriod
    0.7943
    04 Oct 2021
    1.7% 2 Weeks
    0.7888
    20 Jul 2021
    2.4% 90 Days
    0.7586
    18 Oct 2020
    6.5% 1 Year
    0.7622
    19 Oct 2016
    6% 5 Years
    0.9904
    21 Oct 2011
    18.4% 10 Years
    0.6355
    23 Oct 2001
    27.1% 20 Years
    CAD/USD change over periods to 18-Oct-2021

     

    CAD Market Trends and Predictions

    Last year, 2020 the first year of COVID, Canadian dollar forecasts were almost entirely driven by the effects and response to the Coronavirus pandemic rather than any fundamentals of the Canadian economy.

    However as we progress through 2021, the Canadian dollar is being buffeted by predictions of rising interest rates, inflation and the oil price as the world starts the slow path to recovery from the pandemic.

    This contrasts to last year when CAD exchange rates were very volatile driven almost entirely by the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic rather than any fundamentals of the Canadian economy.

    CAD exchange rates have gained amid Canada’s improved economic outlook and recovering oil prices. Early success in controlling COVID-19 has helped the Canadian economy to rebound as massive government aid boosted consumer spending and low interest rates have fueled a surge in the housing market.

    Supporting the loonie has been a rise in the oil price (oil is among Canada’s most exported products but is volatile and can’t be relied upon), a large and welcome jump in inflation, and dovishness at major central banks of the world, including the Federal Reserve, ECB and RBA.

    The following sections show a summary of bank forecasts for popular GBP cross rates that we have reviewed, you can view each forecast article for more details.

    CAD to USD

    CAD to USD 90-Day Currency Trend Chart with Hi, Low, Up, Down AlertsCAD to USD at 0.8098 has risen 2.0% above its 90-day average, range 0.7793-0.8098. CAD/USD Rates

    Into October, broader risk sentiment is driving direction for commodity currencies like the loonie. If the global equity volatility eases, we could see domestic data take the front seat in driving the currency direction.

    OFX predict the USDCAD pair could trade between 1.24 – 1.29 CAD in October.

    USD-CAD Outlook

    CAD to GBP

    CAD to GBP 90-Day Currency Trend Chart with Hi, Low, Up, Down AlertsCAD to GBP at 0.5881 has risen 1.8% above its 90-day average, range 0.5695-0.5911. CAD/GBP Rates

    The energy crisis combined with a ‘risk off’ market sentiment has pushed the Pound down against the Australian, New Zealand and Canadian Dollars. These currencies that normally are vulnerable to ‘risk off’ events, showing the impact of the gas crisis in the UK. CAD-GBP Outlook

    CAD to EUR

    CAD to EUR 90-Day Currency Trend Chart with Hi, Low, Up, Down AlertsCAD to EUR at 0.6954 has risen 2.7% above its 90-day average, range 0.6650-0.6971. CAD/EUR Rates

    CAD/EUR has risen to 0.69 as the energy crisis hurts the euro and helps the gas and oil exporting Canadian dollar. CAD-EUR Outlook

    CAD to INR

    CAD to INR 90-Day Currency Trend Chart with Hi, Low, Up, Down AlertsCAD to INR at 60.75 has risen 3.1% above its 90-day average, range 57.43-60.78. CAD/INR Rates

    In September the ‘risk off’ market mood had pushed the Canadian dollar down against the Rupee. Also helping the rupee was speculation the Indian central bank was relaxing its control over INR.

    However in October CAD/INR has risen from 57 to above 60, the loonie has been helped along by the end of any election uncertainty and the strong demand for gas from the energy crisis in Europe.

    CAD-INR Outlook

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