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From loonie to 'swoonie': Canadian dollar now worth just about 80�
The Canadian dollar is worth just above 80 cents U.S. today, and is almost certain to dip below that key mark soon. The currency, which has suffered along with oil prices, dipped as low as 80.02 cents, having touched a high of 80.47 cents, where it sat ...
Canadian dollar could fall to 75 cents on weak oil prices, experts say  CBC.ca
Canadian dollar declines as TD cuts forecast, traders look to Fed rate meeting  Vancouver Sun
Canadian dollar sinks near 80 cents, oil at $45
Financial PostThe Canadian dollar tumbled 3.5% last week to its weakest level in six years after the Bank of Canada surprised markets last week with a quarter-point cut in its key overnight rate to 0.75%.
Canadian dollar declines ahead of Fed interest rate announcement, GDP data  CTV News
Toronto stock market to head lower, Canadian dollar slips again  Times Colonist
Former CFLer Milt Stegall feels players' pain as Canadian dollar takes a dive
In 2002, when Milt Stegall was into his prime earning years as a slotback in the Canadian Football League, the Canadian dollar delivered an unexpected pay cut. That was the year the value of the loonie sunk to US$0.62, punishing American players who ...
Canadian online shoppers opting to shop at home with declining Canadian dollar
The Internet has taken down the barriers to cross-border shopping but the weakening Canadian dollar is pushing up prices for Canadian consumers who shop online through U.S.
Low Canadian dollar has both pros and cons in Ottawa area  CBC.ca
Falling price of Canadian dollar gives tourism a boost  Globalnews.ca
The Canadian dollar hasn't dropped this much since the financial crisis � and ...
�With growth next year unlikely to be strong enough to meaningfully shrink the output gap as a result of lower oil prices, we believe the Bank of Canada is likely to take a dovish stance in January and lower its growth forecast for 2015,� said Charles ...
Canadian dollar advances amid weakening greenback, higher commodity prices  Vancouver Sun
Canadian dollar little changed  Business Recorder
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Canadian dollar drifts lower, little change seen in TSX
The Canadian dollar drifted closer to the 80-cent US mark, down 0.27 of a cent to 80.22 cents US. The currency tumbled 3.5 per cent last week to its weakest level in six years after the Bank of Canada surprised markets last week with a quarter-point ...
Speculators score big on plunging loonie
Currency speculators are making out like bandits from the accelerated depreciation of the Canadian dollar. The net short position against the currency rose last week to $2.4-billion, the heftiest since last May, according to the latest report from the ...
Goldman Sachs Predicts 71-Cent Loonie
The investment bank is forecasting that the Canadian dollar will continue its year-long slide for a few more years, hitting 71 cents U.S.
Six reasons the Canadian dollar will suffer this month
Financial markets reeled today as the price of oil sank at one point below the $50 mark. Stocks tumbled around the world, particularly in Toronto, where the market lost 2.4 per cent.
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Canadian dollar falls below 83 cents on weak factory data, upcoming rate decision
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar fell almost a full U.S. cent Tuesday morning to its weakest level since late April 2009 amid a weaker than expected manufacturing report and a day ahead of the Bank of Canada's next announcement on interest rates.
Canadian dollar falls fast and furious: 'The race to the bottom ...  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Canadian dollar advances ahead of Bank of Canada interest rate announcement  Vancouver Sun