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'Beleaguered' Canadian dollar seen skidding further, possibly to as low as 74�
Analysts expect the Canadian dollar to continue its record-setting performance from here on in. That's record-setting in terms of down, having hit a decade low last week when it lost a further 0.6 per cent.
Sinking Canadian dollar could be a laughing matter  Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin
In a perfect world oil would be $100 and the loonie 80 cents — too bad that ...  Financial Post
Canadian dollar up more than a quarter cent
The Toronto Stock Exchange moved lower due to weakness in the utility and telecommunications sectors, while the loonie climbed higher.
Canadian dollar up slightly ahead of TSX opening  Times Colonist
Toronto stock market moves higher after weak start, Canadian dollar takes flight  Medicine Hat News
Buying U.S. stocks with a weak Canadian dollar
Q: I wonder what you think of buying U.S. stocks? “Top Picks” usually names several stocks traded on the NYSE or NASDAQ as good investment buys.
Canadian dollar heading for 75 cents, Bank of Montreal says
It might help Canadian exporters sell their goods abroad and it could lure U.S. tourists to Canada. But the lower dollar will sting consumers, and that could slow the entire Canadian economy, says Douglas Porter, chief economist for the Bank of Montreal.
How low can the loonie go? 55 cents US, says one expert  CTV News
Low Canadian dollar to blame for high gas prices, analysts say
Amid a world awash in crude oil, many Canadian drivers are wondering why the cost of a litre of gas at the pumps is so high.
Canadian dollar drops to lowest level since 2004
The Canadian dollar dropped to levels not seen since 2004 on Wednesday. The loonie closed at 76.70 cents against the U.S. dollar, according to the Bank of Canada, down 0.53 cents.
Low Canadian dollar is good news for tourism  Vancouver Sun
TSX closes 49 points lower; Canadian dollar up  Times Colonist
Five ways a weaker Canadian dollar affects Alberta's economy
With the oil and gas industry in Alberta already suffering, the lower Canadian dollar isn't doing it any favours, says Michal Moore, a professor of energy economics at the University of Calgary's school of public policy.
Canadian dollar rises ahead of TSX opening
TORONTO - U.S. stock markets appeared set to bounce back as the futures market pointed to a positive open. Markets took a beating on Monday after the Chinese stock market posted its biggest one-day drop since 2007.
Canadian dollar dips below 77 cents for first time since 2009
The Canadian dollar dropped to below 77 cents against the U.S. dollar on Friday for the first time since March 2009. The Canadian dollar seesawed above and below the 77-cent level all day before closing at 77 cents US when stock markets closed.
Canadian dollar falls further following big drop on Wednesday, stock markets up  Vancouver Sun
Weak Canadian dollar gives visitors a reason to cheer
The days of 2012 and 2013 when Canada's currency traded above par with the American greenback seem very long ago. And many believe the Canadian dollar has further to fall. "For the most part we think the Canadian dollar is going to have a lot of trouble.