EUR/CAD retreats to 1.4870 after reaching a fresh 6-month high, but despite the short-term retreat, the currency pair managed to find decent support just ahead of the 1.4860 mark.
Precious metals started the new of trading on a bullish note while US stock futures opened mixed on Monday following the Thanksgiving break. The volatility is expected to remain high this week, based on a list of important data and events. The ISM manufacturing PMI and the Core Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) Price Index may be the most market-moving events on the calendar this week.
In the past few weeks, oil prices have been under intense selling pressure. However, we see that oil prices successfully bounced back from the 4-month lows ahead of a highly anticipated meeting of OPEC-producing countries.
Global equity markets settled higher last week after cooling inflation reports raised hopes of an end to interest rate hikes. Moving ahead, with a shorter week with the market being closed on Thursday and a half-day on Friday for Thanksgiving. However, before the Thanksgiving holidays, some intriguing US data is scheduled to be published. Minutes from the latest November 1 FOMC meeting will be released on Tuesday.