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Canadian dollar edges up on glum China and Eurozone data
TORONTO _ The Canadian dollar was slightly higher Thursday as markets focused on some glum purchasing managers data from China and the eurozone and looked to a key speech from the head of the Federal Reserve.
Canadian Dollar And Business Outlook  Western Producer (subscription)
Loonie rises, greenback weakens as strong data raises rate hike expectations  Vancouver Sun
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'Vulnerable' Canadian dollar could tumble further
For now, the loonie, as Canada's dollar coin is known, stood late this afternoon at just above 92.5 cents U.S., having lost ground on Friday as the U.S.
Canadian dollar lower  Cape Breton Post
Loonie Keeps Traders Interested Despite Volume Slump  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Employment data doesn't support Canadian dollar bullishness: Andrew McCreath
The employment trend is clearly not your friend if you have a positive outlook on the Canadian economy. 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 ...
USD/CAD � Canadian Dollar Slightly Higher as Housing Starts Sparkles  MarketPulse (blog)
Jobs gap with US weakens Canada's loonie  Salt Lake Tribune
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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
Canadian stock market rises as Ukraine concerns ease  Shanghai Daily (subscription)
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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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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  Lethbridge Herald
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'Big Mac index' says Canadian dollar overvalued (and a burger costs too much)
The latest 'Big Mac index' reading from The Economist, as of this month, suggests the Canadian dollar is overvalued by 9.4 per cent, not as much as Norway's krone, the Swiss franc or Brazil's real, but more than the euro, the British pound and the ...
Watch out for the dollar  FX-MM
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Canadian dollar closes lower amid strong housing data
The loonie closed down 0.06 of a cent to 91.57 cents (U.S.) after charging ahead almost four-tenths of a cent Wednesday in the wake of a much better than expected trade surplus for June.
Canadian dollar lower after 13.5% rise in building permits in June  Financial Post
Canadian dollar lower amid mixed economic data, traders look to July jobs data  Edmonton Journal
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Loonie closes almost half a cent lower as greenback strengthens
The Canadian dollar fell almost half a U.S. cent Tuesday as the greenback appreciated in the wake of data showing weak inflation in the United States and other reports pointing to a rebound in the American housing sector.
Canadian Dollar Drops Ahead of CPI Data on Greenback's Overall Strength  International Business Times UK
UBS: Canadian Dollar Could be in Trouble  MarketPulse (blog)
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Canadian Dollar Outlook vs US Dollar, Pound Sterling and Euro by TD Securities
New research from Canada's TD Securities concerning the Canadian dollar (CAD) shows a positive outlook against the euro and British pound.
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