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Canadian dollar closes at 78.67 cents US
The Canadian dollar hit a six-year low Friday after a report showing Canada's GDP fell 0.2 per cent in November. The loonie was trading at 78.67 US cents at the close of trading, down 0.53 of a cent from Thursday's close.
Canadian dollar falls to 78.67 cents US  CTV News
The Big Easy: How the Canadian dollar could sink if Poloz cuts again in March  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
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.
Canadian dollar slides to recession levels
The Canadian dollar is down below 80 cents, the lowest it's been since the dark days of the recession. The loonie is trading at 79.08 cents U.S.
Weak Canadian dollar and GDP suggests JPMorgan said it best: 'There Will Be ...
Manufacturers, who suffered when the dollar and oil prices were high, were supposed to now reap the benefit, except that definitely did not happen in November.
Canadian dollar hits new low below 79 cents
The Canadian dollar hit a six-year low Friday after a report showing Canada's GDP fell 0.2 per cent in November. The loonie was trading at 78.70 US cents at the close of trading, down 0.54 of a cent from Thursday's close.
Canadian dollar continues slide to 78 cents
"That is the largest two-year decline in the Canadian dollar ever, which last I checked is a long period of time. It's even larger than the deep drop in the late '70s when Canadian inflation was running especially hot, and there were very real fiscal ...
Canadian dollar slips below 79 cents in trading
The Canadian dollar continued its downward trajectory Thursday, falling to 78 cents at midday before recovering to 79.22 cents US at the close of trading.
Canadian dollar continues slide to 78 cents US
The Canadian dollar continued its downward trajectory Thursday, falling below 79 cents at midday, after closing yesterday below 80 cents for the first time since 2009.
Another round of low-dollar dreams
Instead, it bid up wages and provided a rather painless way of increasing output. It did not stop the decline in manufacturing. It did not induce companies to invest in new equipment, since the low Canadian dollar made imports of such equipment expensive.
Canadian dollar strategists are already tearing up their 2015 forecasts as the ...
�It's becoming clearer and clearer the energy-price impact on the Canadian dollar is probably for a stronger, quicker drop than we'd been expecting,� Greg Moore, a senior currency strategist at RBC in Toronto, said yesterday by phone.
Canadian dollar skids closer to 84�, forecast to stay weak for at least two ...  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Loonie Strategists Already Tearing Up 2015 Forecasts: Currencies  Bloomberg
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