Yesterday, USDCAD traded from 1.3410 up to 1.3519 before easing lower to hold near 1.3480 for the balance of the session. Canadian GDP for October was much worse than expected sending USDCAD from 1.3510 up to 1.3557 this morning, just shy of the Nov. 14th high of 1.3588. The pairing pulled back to 1.3530 before retesting the 1.3557 level a 2nd time. USDCAD has since pulled back to 1.3515. The JPY and the EUR are the best preforming currencies today due to the lack of positive risk sentiment as the 20,000 mark for the Dow Jones Industrial Average proves elusive once gain. The CAD and the AUD are the worst performing currencies. Currently, the TSX and the DJIA are relatively flat on the day. EURCAD is up 0.40% trading between 1.4067 and 1.4152. GBPCAD is up 0.15% trading between 1.6522 and 1.6604. JPYCAD is up 0.60% trading between 0.01146 and 0.01155. Gold is up 0.33% trading between $1,128 and $1,134USD/oz., silver is down 0.16% trading between $15.72 and $15.86USD/oz., while oil is down 0.50% trading between $52.29 and $52.80.