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USD/CAD – Canadian Dollar in Holding Pattern Ahead of BoC Rate Decision
The Canadian dollar is unchanged in the Wednesday session. In North American trade, USD/CAD is trading at 1.3270. On the release front, the US releases JOLTS Job Openings, with the indicator expected to rise to 5.53 million.
TSX climbs 35 points; Canadian dollar up
The Canadian dollar added 0.27 of a cent at 75.55 cents US. In the U.S., stock markets were mixed. The Dow Jones industrial average gained 11.36 points at 19,263.14, while the S&P 500 added 1.88 points at 2,214.11.
USD/CAD – Canadian Dollar Shrugs Off Improved Trade Balance
The Canadian dollar is unchanged in the Tuesday session. In North American trade, USD/CAD is trading at 1.3280. On the release front, Canada's trade deficit narrowed to C$1.1 billion, smaller than the estimate of C$2.1 billion.
The Canadian Dollar is Being Driven by Oil Prices Again  Pound Sterling Live
5 reasons to bet against the Canadian dollar after the BOC - Nomura  ForexLive
TSX up 4 points; Canadian dollar slips
TORONTO - North American stock markets were little changed in late morning trading as the price of oil took a step back. The S&P/TSX composite index gained 4.90 points to 15,100.07.
Canadian dollar hits 6-week high as oil, jobs climb
“Everything went well for the Canadian dollar this week,” said Adam Button, currency analyst at ForexLive, including an agreement by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries to cut output, as well as stronger-than-expected gross domestic ...
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ posts a 6-week high, supported by jobs gain  Reuters
Loonie Climbs After Strong Canada Jobs Data  RTT News
Canadian dollar retreats in early trading
The Canadian dollar was trading at 75.04 cents US on Monday morning, down 0.24 from Friday's close. Photograph By Frank Gunn, The Canadian Press.
Canadian dollar closed Monday at 75.32 cents US, up 0.04 of a cent  Winnipeg Free Press
Here's why oil prices, the Canadian dollar and stock markets are all up
On Wednesday, optimism over the OPEC deal had a positive effect on the stock market, driving the commodity-heavy S&P/TSX composite index in Toronto up 83.04 points, with the energy sector recording the largest rise, surging by nearly eight per cent.
Canadian dollar gains, TSX loses as OPEC drives crude oil prices up  Times Colonist
TSX, loonie sink amid softened oil prices ahead of OPEC meeting  Toronto Star
Canadian dollar rises, TSX lifted by gold gains
Canadian dollar rises, TSX lifted by gold gains. The S&P/TSX composite index rose 24.99 points to 15,052.52. The loonie was up 0.19 of a U.S.
Oil up 14% in 3 days, Canadian dollar continues climb
The Canadian dollar, which is sensitive to petroleum prices because of the importance of oil to the economy, continued to make gains.
Oil rises on hopes of OPEC deal; Canadian dollar gains  Investing.com
Canadian Dollar Climbs On Oil Prices Rally As OPEC Meets  RTT News
TSX climbs 52 points; Canadian dollar up
The Canadian dollar was trading at 75.41 cents US on Monday morning, up 0.13 from Friday's close. Photograph By Frank Gunn, The Canadian Press.