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Canadian dollar at 80 cents, oil at $50 after Yemen air strikes
WTI is still down 3.5 per cent on the year. Brent, the most commonly traded international contract, was up $2.55 at $50.00 a barrel.
TSX closes in the red as conflict in Yemen offsets higher commodity prices  Edmonton Journal
Yen Advances Amid Haven Demand on Yemen as Krone Rises With Oil  Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide
Canadian dollar will fall to record lows once Fed starts tightening, analysts warn
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said Wednesday a weaker currency will boost non-energy exports, while RBA head Glenn Stevens said the local dollar remains overvalued, and a lower exchange rate is needed to achieve balanced growth.
Canadian dollar sinks fast, swings wildly  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Loonie lower against greenback lifted by US jobs data  CTV News
Montreal's festivals struggle with slumping loonie
All of the city's major festivals - Just For Laughs, the Montreal International Jazz Festival and Osheaga - have been hit hard by the slumping Canadian dollar relative to the American buck. Our loonie has dipped by about 20 per cent in the past year ...
Canadian dollar sinks after trade deficit jumps to second biggest on record ...
The Canadian dollar sank on Friday after Canada reported its second-highest trade deficit on record in January as prices for the nation's oil shipments plunged.
Low oil prices push up Canadian trade deficit to near record  Toronto Sun
Canada's trade gap widens to $2.5B on oil price slide
Canadian dollar jumps ahead on weaker greenback, stronger oil
The Canadian dollar moved higher Monday amid an uptick in oil prices and a weakening U.S. dollar. At the close of trading, the loonie was at 79.94 US cents, after rising above 80 cents for the first time in weeks.
Will Canadian Oil Sands Ltd.'s Share Price Plunge to New Lows?  The Motley Fool Canada
Canadian dollar steady, US futures mixed ahead of TSX opening
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar holding steady and U.S. index futures are mixed ahead of the open of trading at the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Toronto stock market pulls back as Wall Street's economic concerns ...  Vancouver Sun
Canadian dollar, oil jump ahead of TSX open after Saudi air strikes on rebels  Lethbridge Herald
Canadian dollar now 'cheap on all metrics,' poised for rebound: SocGen
S�bastien Galy has a thought for those who think the Canadian dollar is headed for the 69-cent range. The senior foreign exchange strategist at Soci�t� G�n�rale thinks the loonie is close to hitting bottom, with a rebound in sight after that.
Toronto's million-dollar homes reveal risks of Bank of Canada's ...  Financial Post
Poloz's Communications Come Under the Microscope  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Canadian dollar firms on U.S. dollar selloff after brief dip on weak data
The Canadian dollar strengthened against its U.S. counterpart on Friday, as a sell-off in the U.S. dollar outweighed weaker-than-forecast domestic retail sales for January, which had initially dragged on the currency.
Canadian dollar gives back advances amid sliding crude oil prices  Yahoo Canada Finance - Insight
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.
Canada's cooling inflation signals interest rates could be lower for longer  Financial Post
Linkers Indicate Poloz to Avoid Deflation Spiral: Canada Credit  Bloomberg
Oil moves higher, pushing Canadian dollar above 80 cents
The oil-sensitive Canadian dollar rose by one third of a cent to 80.05 US cents. Both Brent and WTI oil were recovering from a steep plunge in prices Monday, proof that oil markets remain volatile.