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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 ETF Starting To Thaw  Investing.com
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.
Canadian dollar lower, Bank of Canada strikes neutral tone, oil prices higher  680 News
Has the Canadian dollar's unprecedented crash hit bottom? David Rosenberg ...
There is no sense pounding a fist on the table that the Canadian dollar is about to embark on a sustained turnaround at a time when the central bank has painted a bull's-eye on its forehead.
Canadian dollar falls after dovish Bank of Canada talk  CBC.ca
Why the Canadian dollar is in 'crash position'  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Tumbling Canadian dollar? Blame the economy, not the Bank of Canada, says ...
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz rejected speculation that he's trying to boost growth by weakening the Canadian dollar, saying the currency's decline reflects a deterioration in the economy's outlook. �I honestly reject the notion that I'm ...
Canadian dollar drops to 79 cents on fears of another rate cut  CBC.ca
Bank of Canada's Poloz says not talking down Canadian dollar  Reuters Canada
Oil moves higher raising Canadian dollar above 80 cents
The oil-sensitive Canadian dollar rose by half a cent to 80.27 US cents. Both Brent and WTI oil were recovering from a steep plunge in prices Monday, proof that oil markets remain volatile.
Don't be fooled by Canadian dollar's recent rally: I'm 'happy to be a ...
That's because so much depends on the price of oil, whose dramatic plunge has dragged down commodity-linked currencies like the loonie, as Canada's dollar coin is known. But there's a lot more going on here, notably the outlook for monetary ...
Outlook for the Canadian dollar: Lower (maybe much lower) for longer
�In January, the Canadian dollar (CAD) was the worst-performing primary currency, losing 9 per cent against the USD and marking the largest monthly losses since the height of the financial crisis,� Ms. Sutton said in the new report, referring to the U ...
Canadian dollar jumps to 80 cents as oil hits $51
The Canadian dollar soared above 80 cents on Thursday as oil prices regained their upward momentum. The loonie was up by 0.95 of a cent at the close to 80.06 US cents.
Canadian dollar rises on higher oil prices, optimism for Ukraine ceasefire  Edmonton Journal
2 Canadian Stocks to Buy to Benefit From the Strong US Dollar  The Motley Fool Canada
A weaker Canadian dollar unlikely to save country's ailing auto sector, execs say
�Under normal circumstances, when it comes to Canadian manufacturing, when the Canadian dollar goes down it's really an opportunity to strike up the band,� Bigland told Reuters on the sidelines of the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto.
Automakers Say Weaker Dollar Won't Help Save Canadian Auto Industry  GM Authority (blog)
Weaker loonie no savior for ailing Canada auto sector, execs say  Reuters
Canadian dollar above 80 cents as oil volatility continues
TSX and other stock indexes move higher after crude contracts make up ground lost Wednesday. CBC News Posted: Feb 05, 2015 2:19 PM ET Last Updated: Feb 05, 2015 5:05 PM ET.
Canadian dollar falls sharply after oil prices resume declines after string ...  Financial Post
Canadian Food Prices To Jump This Year Thanks To Sliding Dollar  Huffington Post Canada