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The dark side of a weak Canadian dollar: Prices for food, clothes, books shoot up
Consumers may be cheering the plunge in oil prices, and manufacturers the accompanying slump in the Canadian dollar. But there's something of a dark side to all of this: The weaker currency is driving some other prices up fast.
Canadian dollar and business outlook  Western Producer (subscription)
Low gasoline prices keep inflation in check in Alberta  Calgary Herald
'There will be blood:' JPMorgan predicts Canadian dollar to sink to 77 cents ...
The Canadian dollar could fall as low as 77 cents U.S. if the Bank of Canada cuts rates again in March, says a leading U.S.
Canadian dollar closes at 78.67 cents US
The Big Easy: How the Canadian dollar could sink if Poloz cuts again in March  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Canadian dollar up sharply for second day on rising doubts about rate cut
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar continued to advance Wednesday amid increasing doubt that the Bank of Canada is set to deliver another interest rate cut.
Canadian dollar's down-up day: Yellen paves way for hike, Poloz buys time  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
USD/CAD � Canadian Dollar Improves, US Home Sales Unchanged
The Canadian dollar has posted gains for a second straight day, as USD/CAD trades in the mid-1.24 range on Wednesday. In the US, Federal Reserve head Janet Yellen continues a second day of testimony in Congress.
Canadian Dollar Weakness Forecast by Barclays, Citi, BofA and UBS  Pound Sterling Live
Mid-Day Report: Canadian Dollar and Sterling Rose in Directionless Markets  Action Forex
Canadian dollar rises as oil prices advance
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar advanced well over 3/4 of a U.S. cent Monday as oil prices gained ground for a second day and traders looked ahead to a heavy week for economic data, capped by Canadian and U.S.
Loonie could fall as low as 69 US cents after oil price collapse, forecaster ...  Financial Post
Canadian dollar sinking means costs for fruits, veggies likely to rise
A weaker Canadian dollar unlikely to save country's ailing auto sector, execs say
�Under normal circumstances, when it comes to Canadian manufacturing, when the Canadian dollar goes down it's really an opportunity to strike up the band,� Bigland told Reuters on the sidelines of the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto.
Automakers Say Weaker Dollar Won't Help Save Canadian Auto Industry  GM Authority (blog)
RPT-Weaker loonie no savior for ailing Canada auto sector, execs say  Reuters
Oil sinks below $50, dragging down Canadian dollar
Oil sank below $50 US a barrel on Monday, sending the Canadian dollar lower. West Texas Intermediate crude, the most commonly traded North American contract, was down $1.47 to $49.34 US at the close of trading Monday in reaction to fresh reports of an ...
Canadian Dollar Declines Amid Weak Oil Prices  RTT News
Canadian dollar dives after retail sales fall the most in 4 years
The Canadian dollar moved lower Friday morning as retail sales data for December widely missed expectations. The loonie was down 0.25 of a cent to 79.76 cents US after Statistics Canada reported that sales fell 2% to $42.1 billion, the largest decline ...
Loonie lower amid big retail sales miss  CTV News
Where can my Canadian dollar go farther on vacation?
When it comes to the United States, a popular destination for Canadians at this time of year, the loonie is currently as effective as a paper teapot.
Has the Canadian dollar's unprecedented crash hit bottom? David Rosenberg ...
There is no sense pounding a fist on the table that the Canadian dollar is about to embark on a sustained turnaround at a time when the central bank has painted a bull's-eye on its forehead.
From joy to despair: Firms grapple with the frail Canadian dollar  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Canadian dollar falls after dovish Bank of Canada talk