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Canadian dollar rises despite widening trade deficit; traders look to jobs data
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar closed higher Thursday even as government data showed the country's international trade position worsened in December.
Canadian dollar falls amid lower oil prices, Saudi Arabia comments
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar headed lower Monday as the currency looked to oil prices for some guidance. The loonie was down 0.25 of a cent to 85.90 cents US, despite assurances from Saudi Arabia that the oil market will recover from its current low ...
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Here's why the most bearish Canadian dollar forecaster sees more declines
�Our estimate is very close to a rule-of-thumb that can be derived from comments by the Bank of Canada, which would suggest that a 10 percent decline in oil prices leads to a 0.1 percentage point drag on growth.
Loonie may weaken to $1.25 amid oil slump: Nomura
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Can I still get my Algonquin dividend in Canadian dollars?
Unless you give your financial institution instructions otherwise, there's a good chance you will continue to receive the dividend in Canadian dollars anyway. As a shareholder, that's what I've found. My discount broker gets the dividend in U.S ...
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Welcome to an 87� Canadian dollar (Wait long enough, it'll be 81�)
The Canadian dollar tumbled today as oil prices sank again, sliding ever closer to the 87-cent mark. The loonie, as Canada's dollar coin is known, fell to a low of 87.08 cents U.S., its weakest since the summer of 2009. By late in the day, it sat only ...
Canadian dollar declines amid solid housing data, falling oil prices  CTV News
Canadian dollar advances amid rising prices for crude oil, bullion  Vancouver Sun
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Low Canadian dollar has snowbirds rethinking plans
It's the time of year when thousands of Canadians, including Nova Scotians, head down south to escape winter, but the low Canadian dollar will mean less money to spend when in the U.S.. Steve Anderson plans to snowbird to Florida later this winter. �I ...
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Buy the Canadian dollar (not against the US dollar, just the rest): Soci�t� ...
A major European bank recommends buying the loonie next year, but not against the U.S. dollar. Actually, as Soci�t� G�n�rale sees it, it's basically the U.S.
Canadian dollar pulls back as crude oil prices lose further ground  Vancouver Sun
Canadian dollar slides to more than 5-year low  Business Recorder
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Low Canadian dollar could see Alberta tourism numbers snowball
Tourism industry representatives are optimistic business could snowball this winter with the exchange rate providing a big incentive for Americans to visit.
Canadian dollar knocked back as oil, gold slide
The Canadian dollar fell more than half a cent Tuesday to 87.67 as both crude oil and gold continued to slide. The loonie was down 0.61 of a cent to 87.67 US at the close, after gaining almost a cent on Monday.
Canadian dollar gets a boost while China's economy slows; oil prices rise  Regina Leader-Post
Andrew Coyne: Canada's economy � even Alberta's � will survive oil ...  National Post
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Should You Worry About Our Canadian Dollar Weakening?
This is especially true of those who were exposed to the appreciating Canadian dollar back in the mid-2000s. The Canadian dollar (CAD) went from $0.60-$0.70/USD through the late 1990s and early 2000s to all of a sudden being worth approximately ...
USD/CAD � Canadian Dollar Continues To Falter  MarketPulse (blog)
USD/CAD � Canadian Dollar Steady Despite Feeble Manufacturing Sales  Action Forex
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