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Canadian dollar slips in early trading
The Canadian dollar is trading at 76.81 cents US this morning, down 0.12 of a cent from Friday's close. The U.S. dollar is trading at C$1.3020, up 0.21 of a cent.
Canadian dollar gains as risk aversion recovers post-Brexit vote
TORONTO (Reuters) - The risk-sensitive Canadian dollar ended stronger against the U.S. currency on Tuesday, as global financial markets stabilized after two days of volatile moves following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
Brexit Is 'Kryptonite For The Canadian Dollar,' But Helpful For ...  Huffington Post Canada
Brexit fallout is 'kryptonite' for the Canadian dollar  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Brexit hangover continues for North American markets, Canadian dollar
The Brexit decision also weighed on currency markets as the Canadian dollar lost 0.44 of a U.S. cent to 76.49 cents US after plunging 1.37 cents US on Friday against a strengthening greenback.
Canadian dollar continues to drop after Brexit  CTV News
Canadian dollar sheds a cent and bond yields plunge the most on record in ...
Canadian bond yields plunged the most on record and the loonie had its biggest drop in 18 months after Britons stunned the world with a vote to leave the European Union.
Loonie drops against US dollar as Brexit vote rocks markets  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Canadian dollar strengthens to nearly two-week high as Brexit odds fall  Reuters Canada
Canadian dollar leaps almost a cent after U.S. jobs plunge shocks markets
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar strengthened to a one-week high against its broadly weaker U.S. counterpart on Friday after a slowdown in U.S.
Canadian dollar shoots up almost a cent after weak US jobs report  CBC.ca
Loonie falls, pound drops after Brexit
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar is down more than a cent and half against against the U.S. greenback as markets around the world come to terms with the Brexit vote, which puts Britain on a path towards exiting the European Union.
How Brexit will wash up on Canada's shores  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Costco Used Weak Canadian Dollar to Repatriate Funds
A weak Canadian dollar and a quirk in U.S. tax rules allowed Costco Wholesale Corp. to repatriate more than $1.5 billion dollars over two years, virtually tax-free.
Canadian dollar and TSX continue their descent following Brexit vote
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar is continuing its descent as markets around the world continue to take stock of last week's Brexit vote.
TSX closes 113 points higher; Canadian dollar rebounds
TORONTO - A new poll indicating that Britons will likely vote to stay in the European Union helped rally North American stock markets Monday, while the loonie rebounded sharply against the U.S.
TSX sees gains as loonie, crude prices climb  Toronto Star
Canadian dollar, gas prices will help boost travel this year: Conference Board
Canada will see a boost in travel numbers this summer, with domestic and international figures both projected to rise, the Conference Board of Canada said in a new report out Tuesday. The research group is forecasting that domestic visits will rise by ...