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Canadian dollar falls 1.5 cents as oil plunges
The Canadian dollar has fallen by nearly two cents since Friday, as the U.S. greenback shot upward and oil headed down. The loonie closed at 83.26 cents US on Friday but slid all day yesterday as markets in Canada were closed.
Canadian economy rebuilding, though headwinds remain, says Governor Poloz  Bank of Canada
Key Canada Events: Week of May 19-22  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Canadian dollar spikes to above 83�
“It's a little bit stronger, which is the new motto,” Bank of Nova Scotia chief currency strategist Camilla Sutton said of the Canadian dollar, which has been as high as 83.23 cents U.S. and as low as 82.53 cents today. By late afternoon, it sat at 83 ...
Opening Statement before the House of Commons Standing Committee on ...  Bank of Canada
Canadian Central Banker Sees Recovery in Second Half  Wall Street Journal
Canadian dollar above 82 cents US and getting stronger
He also gave a more upbeat assessment of the Canadian economy last week, saying the impact of low oil prices is likely to be short-lived and there would be GDP growth in the second half of the year.
'Loonie makes like Lazarus': Why the Canadian dollar is on such a roll  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Canadian dollar up ahead of opening of TSX
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar is up more than one-tenth of a U.S. cent ahead of the open of trading on North American stock markets.
TSX ends higher as oil rises above US$60 a barrel, New York makes small gains  680 News
Canadian dollar pops above 83 cents US as markets await Fed news
The Canadian dollar jumped above 83 cents US on Tuesday as investors drifted away from the U.S. dollar ahead of an announcement by the U.S.
MarketsCanadian dollar's rebound gathers momentum  Financial Times
Canadian dollar lower following holiday weekend
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar is trading below 82 cents US after dropping nearly 1-1/2 U.S. cents since last week. The loonie traded at 81.73 cents US Tuesday morning, down 1.45 of a U.S.
Canadian dollar slumps ahead of TSX opening  Times Colonist
At the open: TSX, loonie fall early  The Globe and Mail
Get ready for a (short-lived) 85-cent Canadian dollar
Currency watchers expect the Canadian dollar to perk up even more after its recent bounce, possibly to around the 85-cent mark.
Loonie is 'world's hardest-working currency': BMO  CTV News
Weaker Loonie Boosts US-Dollar Debt Costs for Some Companies  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Canadian dollar slumps back to 82 cents as oil, gold slip
The Canadian dollar is down sharply after oil and gold slipped back from recent gains. The loonie was trading at 82.22 US cents at the end of the day Friday, down two-thirds of a cent from yesterday's close.
'Overvalued' Canadian dollar to sink again, analysts increasingly warn
Analysts are out in force warning investors that the loftier loonie is headed for a fall. Not that the recent range of 82 cents U.S.
Dollar dips on jobs numbers
Canada sheds 19700 jobs, unemployment rate unchanged  Toronto Star
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar was down shortly after the open of North ...
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar was down shortly after the open of North American stock markets. The loonie traded at 81.37 cents US, down about half a U.S.
Toronto stock market slips as crude oil prices move below $60-a-barrel  660 News