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Canadian dollar still 'richer than it may look,' and that hurts
“In an effort to keep the Canadian dollar trading well beneath parity, while at the same time counteracting the implied effects on monetary policy that the currency has provided, expect the BoC to be much more patient than the Fed, with short-end rate ...
Why Canada's economy is 'one number removed from the unthinkable'  Financial Post
The Canadian dollar: A 'dog on a leash' that's headed as low as 76�
“The crude export trajectory is crucial as, over the medium term, the Canadian dollar is 93 per cent correlated with its terms of trade, which, in turn, is highly correlated with the price of WTI - the CAD is very much a dog on a leash,” Kevin Hebner ...
Canadian dollar to remain weak as monetary policy paths split: Reuters poll  Reuters Canada
'Sell Canada' runs out of gas as foreigners rediscover their faith ...  CBC.ca
Worries about Greece hit North America: TSX, New York, dollar down
The Canadian dollar was down 0.30 of a U.S. cent to 80.81 cents on Monday morning. Photograph By Frank Gunn, The Canadian Press.
Modest rise for Canadian stocks seen before 2016 rebound: Poll  bnn.ca
Canadian dollar is headed south, warns David Rosenberg
The downside is starting to outweigh the upside again for the Canadian dollar, says Gluskin-Sheff's chief economist David Rosenberg, who predicts the currency will retest lows of 78 US cents.
Canadian dollar closes below 80 cents US
"U.S. releases are the key risk for [the Canadian dollar] as we consider last week's Bank of Canada statement and its optimistic tone centred on the U.S.
Canadian Dollar (CAD) Trending Lower on Crude Prices and Poor Ecostats  Future Currency Forecast
Low dollar boosting Ontario manufacturing as national slump continues: RBC  CTV News
Canadian dollar up as TSX retreats after three-day rally
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market turned down Thursday morning as major U.S. markets and the Canadian dollar gained ground.
Canadian dollar down, Toronto Stock Exchange falls after markets open  Medicine Hat News
Toronto stock market closes lower as oil prices weaken, Greek debt meeting nears  Brandon Sun
Canadian dollar rises after job gains point to economic rebound
The Canadian dollar gained against most major peers after the country added six times as many jobs in May as forecast, bolstering Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz's view that the economy will rebound from oil's collapse.
CANADA FX-Robust job gains fuel Canadian dollar rebound  Reuters
Canadian dollar and business outlook  Western Producer (subscription)
Canadian dollar up ahead of North American stock trading
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was up about one-tenth of a U.S. cent ahead of trading on North American stock markets. The loonie traded at 80.78 cents US, up 0.13 of a U.S.
Canadian dollar down ahead of North American markets open  CTV News
Canadian dollar gets a bit of a bump from Fed statement. For now
... of hikes later this year,” he added. “Instead, the Fed has reaffirmed that the rate hike decision is still 'data dependent.
TSX manages modest advance; US markets soar  CTV News
Canadian dollar down, TSX rallying as US markets fall
TORONTO -- The Toronto Stock Exchange advanced for a third day Wednesday, apparently indifferent to renewed worries over a possible debt default by Greece and rising interest rates in the U.S.
TSX posts strong advance for a second day on higher oil prices  680 News
TSX advances, Canadian dollar slips a little  Times Colonist