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Why the Tim Hortons-Burger King deal boosted the Canadian dollar today
Traders also anticipated a strong economic growth update Friday when Statistics Canada releases the June reading on gross domestic product.
Loonie down, traders look to possible Tim Hortons/Burger King deal, growth data  News1130
Loonie edges up on Tim Hortons merger  Stockhouse
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The Canadian dollar: What the jobs report giveth, geopolitics taketh away
Later in the day, however, fresh troubles in Ukraine rippled through financial markets, boosting the U.S. dollar against most currencies and, thus, knocking the loonie down to just shy of 91.7 cents.
Job gains push Canadian dollar higher, Ukraine/Russia standoff worsens  Montreal Gazette
Uncovering the mystery of Statistics Canada's disappearing jobs
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Canadian dollar flat amid tame inflation data
TORONTO The Canadian dollar was little changed Friday amid a stronger than expected showing on retail sales and tame inflation data.
Canadian dollar flat amid tame inflation data, strong retail figures  Montreal Gazette
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Canadian dollar hits 3-month low against US greenback
The Canadian dollar was trading lower Tuesday as weak economic data from China, weak oil prices and general U.S. dollar strength combined to push the loonie to a three-month low against the U.S.
Canadian consumers dig into their piggy banks ‎to fuel spending and carry ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
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Employment data doesn't support Canadian dollar bullishness: Andrew McCreath
Looking at the part-time and full-time Canadian jobs market over the past three years, full-time jobs have been decreasing, while part-time jobs have been increasing.
USD/CAD � Canadian Dollar Slightly Higher as Housing Starts Sparkles  MarketPulse (blog)
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Canadian dollar rises, traders look to major Fed meeting for rate hike hints
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar closed slightly higher Monday as geopolitical tensions eased and markets looked to the U.S. Federal Reserve and other economic data for hints as to the pace of interest rate hikes.
Canadian dollar drifts lower, data suggests US housing rebound, weak inflation  Medicine Hat News
TSX higher on further signs of housing rebound  CTV News
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Canadian dollar up, currency benefits from Burger King's Tim Horton acquisition
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar closed sharply higher Wednesday, benefiting from a major deal that will see American fast food giant Burger King buy Canadian coffee and doughnut chain Tim Hortons for $12.5 billion.
M&A speculation fuels rising Canadian dollar
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Canadian dollar touches 1-month high on economic growth
The Canadian dollar gained to the strongest level in a month versus its U.S. peer after economic growth rebounded to the fastest in almost three years in the second quarter, led by exports and spending on big-ticket items.
Canadian Dollar, Economy Up In Strong Q2 Rebound
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was higher Friday as data showed the economy grew more than expected in the second quarter. The loonie was up 0.08 of a cent to 92.27 cents US as Statistics Canada reported gross domestic product ran up at an annual ...
Loonie closes up slightly amid positive trade data, better-than-expected US growth
The Canadian dollar closed slightly higher Thursday as Canada's current-account deficit improved slightly in the second quarter.
Canadian economy expands at 3.1% pace in 2nd quarter
Loonie edges up as Canada's current account deficit improves  Stockhouse
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