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Four reasons the Canadian dollar has risen from the dead
The Canadian dollar was on a tear Friday morning, and though it later pared gains, it's been a banner week for the loonie.
Canadian dollar swings wildly after 'dramatic run'  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Is the Canadian dollar a petrocurrency?
Since last summer, the price of oil has plummeted to its lowest point in years - and so has the Canadian dollar, sparking debate as to how closely they're linked.
Toronto, US stock markets down; Canadian dollar falls
TORONTO -- North American stock exchanges and the Canadian dollar were down late Friday morning. The S&P/TSX composite was down 43.98 points at 15,342.79, adding to a 64-point decline Thursday.
Toronto Stock Exchange advances, Canadian dollar rises  TheChronicleHerald.ca (registration)
Toronto, U.S. stock markets down, Canadian dollar falls after strong start  Castanet.net
Canadian dollar at 82 cents US as oil surges for a 2nd day
The Canadian dollar soared above 82 cents US and oil resumed its climb after an OPEC report predicted the boom in U.S. oil production will end later this year.
Canadian dollar jumps ahead on weaker greenback, stronger oil
The Canadian dollar moved higher Monday amid an uptick in oil prices and a weakening U.S. dollar. At the close of trading, the loonie was at 79.94 US cents, after rising above 80 cents for the first time in weeks.
Will Canadian Oil Sands Ltd.'s Share Price Plunge to New Lows?  The Motley Fool Canada
Canadian dollar gains almost 2 cents as oil rises and interest rates stay
The Canadian dollar had one of its strongest days in months on Wednesday, gaining about two cents mainly because of a rebound in oil prices.
Sell the Canadian dollar if it rallies on Bank of Canada talk this week: CIBC  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Dollar keeps low profile as CAD takes centre stage  Reuters UK
North American markets pull back after weak economic report from China
The S&P/TSX composite index pulled back 4.84 points to close at 15,383.59, while the Canadian dollar was at 79.42 cents after losing 0.07 of a U.S.
Toronto market closes slightly higher; NY mostly higher on mixed earnings  News1130
TSX falls as gold, oil and Canadian dollar drop; Wall Street positive
The Canada dollar was also weaker, down 0.82 U.S. cents at 79.37 cents. Chris King, portfolio manager at Morgan, Meighen and Associates, said the financials sector was pulled down by foreign investors shorting the stocks of Canadian banks.
Canada's core inflation heats up to fastest pace in six years � but will it ...
Inflation was stronger than forecasters - including those at the Bank of Canada �saw coming for March, accelerating at the fastest pace in six-plus years.
Canadian dollar up after StatsCan reports inflation rate rose to 1.2% in March  CTV News
Inflation data shows rising costs for a wide range of products  bnn.ca
Canadian dollar at 80 cents, oil at $51 after Yemen air strikes
WTI is still down 3.6 per cent on the year. Brent, the most commonly traded international contract, was up $2.59 at $50.07 a barrel.