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USD/CAD – Canadian Dollar Quiet in Thinned Holiday Trade
The Canadian dollar has edged lower in the Monday session. In North American trade, USD/CAD is trading at the 1.35 line. Canadian banks and stock markets are closed for the Victoria Day holiday.
Forex - Canadian dollar steady near 1-month highs  Nasdaq
Can $7.2-billion in short bets against the loonie be wrong? (You bet)  The Globe and Mail
Canadian dollar posts a three-week high; pares gains on tame inflation
The Canadian dollar strengthened on Friday to a three-and-a-half-week high against its broadly weaker U.S. counterpart, supported in part by higher oil prices and by investors who had sold the Canadian dollar buying it back to reduce their exposure to ...
Could this be the year that Canada finally recovers from its 15-year tourism ...  Globalnews.ca
Tourists, expats are loving Canada (and it's not just the cheap loonie)  The Globe and Mail
Larry Berman: The Canadian dollar may be close to a bottom
The most stable longer-term driver of the Canadian-U.S. Dollar exchange rate is the interest rate differential between short-term bond yields.
USD/CAD Canadian Dollar Higher as Retail Sales Rises in April
The USD/CAD pair is trading at 1.3569 the lowest level for the USD as the Canadian dollar appreciates on Friday. Higher oil prices have boosted the loonie versus the greenback but mixed economic data released this morning pared some of those gains.
Canadian Dollar: Consumer Price Index (CPI) preview  Exchange Rates UK
Inflation Numbers Work into Dollar Trade  Baystreet.ca
Canadian Dollar: Which Way Will the BoC Jump?
The Bank of Canada is on the horns of a dilemma. It's still widely expected that the central bank's next move will be an increase in its 0.50% key policy rate towards the end of this year but most of the recent evidence has pointed the other way - to a ...
Canadian dollar eases as safe-haven currencies outperform
TORONTO (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar eased slightly against the U.S. dollar on Wednesday, as political uncertainty in Washington supported safe-haven currencies and domestic manufacturing sales rose in line with economists' expectations.
Where is the loonie heading? The great debate over its direction
The skeptics who now surround the Canadian dollar can rhyme off a litany of potential problems with the domestic economy, beginning with a frothy housing market and unprecedented levels of household debt.
Canadian dollar dips as safe-haven currencies outperform
TORONTO (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar pared some of this week's gains on Wednesday against its U.S. counterpart as political uncertainty in Washington supported safe-haven currencies, while domestic manufacturing sales rose in line with economists' ...
Loonie eases as safe-haven currencies outperform  The Globe and Mail
TSX rises, Canadian dollar strengthens as oil breaks $50 barrier
TSX rises, Canadian dollar strengthens as oil breaks $50 barrier. In Toronto, the S&P/TSX composite index advanced 181.26 points to 15,458.46, recouping much of its nearly 300-point fall Wednesday.
Canadian dollar weakens as oil dips, greenback climbs
"Absent any meaningful Canadian dollar data this week we are likely to see the Canadian dollar take its direction from oil prices and broader commodity prices in general, as well as the U.S.
Loonie seen further clipped as speculators sell Canada  The Globe and Mail
USD/CAD Canadian Dollar higher After Oil Surges on Huge Inventory Drawdown  MarketPulse (blog)