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A risky week for Canadian stocks, Canadian dollar
That's important for Canadian stocks and the Canadian dollar because of its potential impact on commodities, and thus commodity-linked companies and currencies.
USD/CAD � Canadian Dollar Strengthens, US Housing Data Jumps  MarketPulse (blog)
Canadian dollar edges up as traders await Bank of Canada announcement  Stockhouse
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More weakness expected for the Canadian dollar
Although the Canadian dollar in recent months had been one of the strongest currencies in the world against the greenback, �in the past week we've been one of the weakest along with Norway.
Inflation hits Bank of Canada target of 2 per cent in September  The Globe and Mail
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Canadian dollar, commodities rise as markets relieved over Chinese growth data
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar jumped almost half a U.S. cent Tuesday while commodity prices headed higher in the wake of Chinese growth data that came within expectations.
Loonie closes with strong gain on China GDP data  The Globe and Mail
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Canadian dollar bounces around by a penny as 'greed begets fear'
Like stocks over the past few days, the loonie has been bounced around amid the general market turmoil, the hit to oil prices, projections for interest rates in the U.S.
Canadian dollar hits 5-year low under 88 cents US  CBC.ca
Canadian dollar at five-year-low, traders opt for safety amid economic concerns  Vancouver Sun
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Canadian dollar sinks, likely to slip further: 'I wouldn't fight it'
The Canadian dollar fell back to around the 90-cent level today, tumbling amid a �big, broad U.S.-dollar rally.� The loonie, as the dollar coin is known, opened at 90.44 cents U.S.
Malaysian energy giant threatens to pull out of LNG project: report  Toronto Star
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Canadian dollar surges back to 90-cent range in 'increasingly volatile times'
The Canadian dollar had been softening for a variety of reasons, notably what had been a strong rally for the U.S. greenback, jitters over China that can hurt commodity-linked currencies, and the suggestion that the Bank of Canada will be late to the ...
Canadian dollar up 1 cent to 89.84 US  CBC.ca
Canadian dollar begins recovery as greenback dips  Stockhouse
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Dammit Janet: Yellen's Fed puts a spark in stocks, Canadian dollar
The Canadian dollar, meanwhile, shot up above the 90-cent mark as the greenback weakened, having been as low as 89.2 cents (U.
Stock markets climb after Fed minutes show no rush to raise rates  CBC.ca
Loonie up despite falling oil; Fed indicates it's in no rush to hike rates  Castanet.net
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Canadian dollar tumbles as US economy perks up, Canadian exports sink
At the same time, the latest Statistics Canada measure of Canadian trade showed the country plunging to a deficit in August from a hefty July surplus.
Canadian dollar falls below 89 cents US to 6-month low  CBC.ca
Canadian Dollar Falls to Six-Month Low on Trade Deficit  Bloomberg
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TSX, Dow dive 1.5%, Canadian dollar below 90 cents
Stock markets in Toronto and New York saw their main indexes fall by 1.5 per cent Thursday, amid a lacklustre economic picture and a stumble by market darling Apple.
Loonie Drops Briefly Below 90 Cents, TSX Takes A Dive And Apple Stock Sinks  Huffington Post Canada
Closing Bell: TSX, Dow Jones shed 200 points as markets get a 'dose of ...  Financial Post
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Stocks tumble again, Canadian dollar plumbs five-year depths on oil price collapse
North American stocks plunged today as the Canadian dollar plumbed depths not seen in about five years. The S&P 500, Dow Jones industrial average and Toronto's S&P/TSX composite all tumbled, following European markets down as investors fret over ...
TSX closes in correction territory as global economic worries persist  CTV News
Energy stocks expected to weigh heavily on TSX as crude falls through US$80 ...  Lethbridge Herald
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