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Canadian dollar declines amid stronger than expected read on US housing
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar closed lower Tuesday amid stronger than expected U.S. housing data. The loonie fell 0.11 of a cent to 90.68 cents US as the U.S.
Canadian Dollar Firms in Relation to US Dollar, Euro and British Pound  Currency Watch
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Will the Bank of Canada try to 'talk down' the Canadian dollar this morning?
Some observers believe the central bank has attempted to talk down the loonie, as Canada's dollar coin is known. The Bank of Canada says it does no such thing and that the currency, which now stands at about 91 cents (U.
Canadian dollar up amid strong retail data; traders look to rate announcement  Edmonton Journal
Bank of Canada monetary policy decision: The 4 key takeaways  Financial Post
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Canadian dollar stronger following Quebec Liberal win
The Canadian dollar gained almost half a percentage point to trade above the 91.50 cents US level Tuesday morning - its highest level since the middle of February (although some of that is likely related to weakness in the U.S.
Five missteps of Pauline Marois during the Quebec election campaign  Yahoo News Canada (blog)
Quebec Liberals' First Task: Tackling Quebec's Economy  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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7 reasons the Canadian dollar is not in a bear market
For the first time this year, the loonie is showing signs of a turnaround, says Gluskin-Sheff chief economist David Rosenberg. The Canadian dollar has had a rough year so far, dropping 3.3% against its U.S. counterpart, the worst performance among 16 ...
Why loonie is perking up: A lot to do with US dollar, a little with PQ defeat  The Globe and Mail
Canadian dollar holds near its highest levels since mid-February on BoC survey  Calgary Herald
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Speculators scramble to cover bets against the Canadian dollar
The latest numbers from the U.S. Commodities Futures Trading Commission - these are readings taken on Tuesdays and made public on Fridays - show the net short positions in the Canadian dollar being cut by more than half to $3.3-billion (U.S.).
Canada dollar firms after rebound in monthly GDP  Reuters Canada
Weakening Canadian dollar positive for most companies, Moody's says  Financial Post
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How speculators made a killing on the Canadian dollar
And while the Bank of Canada says it doesn't try to talk down the dollar, Governor Stephen Poloz, who would like an export recovery, can't be anything but pleased.
Some Alberta small business owners worried about declining Canadian dollar  Calgary Herald
CIBC Poll: Declining Canadian Dollar has Small Business Owners Worried  Canada NewsWire (press release)
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Canadian dollar moves lower amid rising retail sales, disappointing Chinese data
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was lower Wednesday despite a better than expected reading on retail sales during February. The loonie was down 0.11 of a cent to 90.57 cents US as Statistics Canada said sales rose 0.5 per cent to $41 billion.
Loonie little changed amid rising retail sales, disappointing Chinese data  Calgary Herald
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Canadian dollar's respite from slide unlikely to last: Poll
The Canadian dollar's respite from recent heavy selling will only be temporary as a sluggish domestic economy and a dovish central bank stance are expected to drag the currency lower, a Reuters poll released on Wednesday showed.
Canadian dollar climbs higher as positive sentiment on US economy grows  Vancouver Sun
Homeless in Vancouver: The last Canadian dollar bill  Straight.com (blog)
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Canadian dollar's decline forecast to boost manufacturing by about 3 per cent
The loonie, as Canada's dollar coin is known, sank markedly last year, and of late has been hit by the difference in tone between the Canadian and U.S.
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Canadian dollar tops 91� as jobs report fuels optimism
The Canadian dollar popped above the 91-cent (U.S.) mark today as the country's March jobs report came in much better than expected, the latest in a series of stronger economic readings.
Loonie lifts nearly half a cent as Canadian jobs data impresses traders  Vancouver Sun
Canadian Dollar Higher After Jobs Data but Trims Some Gains  Wall Street Journal
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