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'Big Mac index' says Canadian dollar overvalued (and a burger costs too much)
The latest 'Big Mac index' reading from The Economist, as of this month, suggests the Canadian dollar is overvalued by 9.4 per cent, not as much as Norway's krone, the Swiss franc or Brazil's real, but more than the euro, the British pound and the ...
Watch out for the dollar  FX-MM
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Canadian dollar tumbles, nears 92� again
The Canadian dollar took it on the chin again today, losing about half a cent at one point on the strength of its U.S. counterpart.
Canadian dollar little changed while May economic growth figures beat forecasts  The Daily Courier (subscription)
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Canadian dollar lower as US jobs data narrowly misses expectations
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was lower Friday amid U.S. employment data that slightly missed expectations. The loonie was down 0.09 of a cent to 91.62 cents US, as the U.S.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX poised to open flat, US job growth below expectations  Reuters
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'Vulnerable' Canadian dollar could tumble further
For now, the loonie, as Canada's dollar coin is known, stood late this afternoon at just above 92.5 cents U.S., having lost ground on Friday as the U.S.
Canadian dollar stronger than expected in July
TORONTO -- The recent strength of the Canadian dollar has been a surprise, given that many economists expected it to stay weak throughout much of the year.
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Canadian dollar tumbles on 'squishy soft' jobs report
The loonie, as Canada's dollar coin is known, was at about 94 cents U.S. before Statistics Canada released its latest reading of the labour market, which showed a loss of 9,400 jobs in June and the unemployment rate inching up to 7.1 per cent.
What's behind the Canadian dollar's strength?  Financial Post
Canadian dollars (loonies) are pictured in Vancouver, Sept. 22, 2011. THE ...  Calgary Herald
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Canadian dollar closes higher as markets focus on geopolitical concerns
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar closed higher Monday as geopolitical tensions weighted on financial markets. The Canadian dollar was up 0.06 of a cent to 93.2 cents US as traders assessed the likelihood of additional sanctions against Russia for its ...
Canadian dollar lower amid tame US inflation, mixed commodity prices  Edmonton Journal
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Bank of Canada likely 'incredibly uncomfortable' as Canadian dollar hovers ...
The Canadian dollar sits at almost 94 cents U.S. today, no doubt causing the Bank of Canada some discomfort. The loonie, as Canada's dollar coin is known, has been making �slow daily gains,� driven most recently by a better outlook for global economic ...
The Canadian dollar closed slightly higher Wednesday  CTV News
Canadian dollar rises amid strong US jobs data, smaller trade deficit  Times Colonist
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Canadian dollar higher, Bank of Canada leaves key rate unchanged
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar closed higher Wednesday even as the Bank of Canada left its key interest rate unchanged and warned that economic growth won't be as strong as expected.
Canadian dollar loses ground amid US interest rate concerns, lower commodities  The Telegram
Canadian dollar may erase recent gains if it weakens past key level: RBC  Financial Post
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TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was lower Friday amid US employment data ...
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was lower Friday amid U.S. employment data that slightly missed expectations. The loonie was down 0.09 of a cent to 91.62 cents US, as the U.S.
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