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Canadian dollar will fall to record lows once Fed starts tightening, analysts warn
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said Wednesday a weaker currency will boost non-energy exports, while RBA head Glenn Stevens said the local dollar remains overvalued, and a lower exchange rate is needed to achieve balanced growth.
Canadian dollar sinks fast, swings wildly  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Loonie lower against greenback lifted by US jobs data  CTV News
TSX rises, Wall Street surges as Canadian dollar falls
The Canadian dollar was down 0.31 of a U.S. cent at 79.06 cents US. On the commodity markets, the May crude oil contract was down three cents at US$48.84 a barrel while the April gold bullion contract was down $14.40 at US$1,186.30 an ounce.
Toronto begins week with triple-digit advance, Canadian dollar, oil, gold fall  680 News
Toronto and US markets begin week higher, Canadian dollar falls  Cape Breton Post
At midday: TSX edges lower as Canadian dollar gains strength
Canada's main stock index was little changed on Wednesday as strength in the price of commodities such as oil and bullion helped drive gains in the energy and mining sectors, offsetting weakness in the financial sector.
Falling dollar gives lift to Canadian auto sector
Total labour costs at Detroit Three plants in Canada have fallen to levels below those at the companies' U.S. factories, a sign the falling value of the Canadian dollar is helping improve this country's competitive position in the auto sector. All-in ...
PoV: Low Canadian dollar helps province's auto sector look good  Sarnia Observer
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.
Toronto stock market shows little change, Canadian dollar gains strength
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market edged lower Wednesday as weakness in the financial and technology sectors overcame higher prices for oil and gold.
Canadian dollar weakens ahead of opening of TSX trading session  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Canadian dollar sinks after trade deficit jumps to second biggest on record ...
The Canadian dollar sank on Friday after Canada reported its second-highest trade deficit on record in January as prices for the nation's oil shipments plunged.
Low oil prices push up Canadian trade deficit to near record  Toronto Sun
Canadian dollar hovers above 78 cents US as oil drops to 6-year low
Western Canada Select, a Canadian contract, dipped below the key $30 a barrel level before closing at $30.28, a significant discount to world oil prices.
Dollar slides near 78 cents US  Toronto Star
Canadian dollar rises ahead of Fed meeting, oil hits lowest levels of 2015  CTV News
Why so much money is shorting the Canadian dollar
Speculative bets against the Canadian dollar are rising almost by the week, reaching their highest levels in just about a year.
Falling Canadian dollar lures US visitors across border  CBC.ca
Canadian dollar continues fall against weakening oil prices and strong greenback  Stockhouse
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.