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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 sinks ever deeper: 'There will be consequences'  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Canadian dollar slides to recession levels  Toronto Star
Canadian dollar dives below 80�
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, those inventories climbed last week by almost 9 million barrels to mark the highest on record.
Canadian dollar sinks near 80 cents, oil at $45
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar drifted closer to the 80-cent US level Monday morning as the American currency strengthened ahead of this week's interest rate meeting by the U.S.
Canadian dollar declines ahead of Fed interest rate announcement, GDP data
TORONTO _ The Canadian dollar drifted closer to the 80-cent US level Monday morning as the American currency strengthened ahead of this week's interest rate meeting by the U.S.
TSX closes modestly higher, Canadian dollar up  Times Colonist
Goldman Sachs Predicts 71-Cent Loonie  Huffington Post Canada
The Canadian dollar has slipped below 80 cents US for the first time in almost ...
The loonie closed at 79.87 cents US on Wednesday, down about three-quarters of a cent from Tuesday's close. The Canadian dollar's tumble accelerated just after the U.S. Federal Reserve reiterated it will be patient in raising rates from record lows and ...
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 seen pressured by cheap oil, expected Fed hike  Business Recorder
Loonie Strategists Already Tearing Up 2015 Forecasts: Currencies  Businessweek
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Former CFLer Milt Stegall feels players' pain as Canadian dollar takes a dive
In 2002, when Milt Stegall was into his prime earning years as a slotback in the Canadian Football League, the Canadian dollar delivered an unexpected pay cut. That was the year the value of the loonie sunk to US$0.62, punishing American players who ...
Canadian online shoppers opting to shop at home with declining Canadian dollar
The Internet has taken down the barriers to cross-border shopping but the weakening Canadian dollar is pushing up prices for Canadian consumers who shop online through U.S.
Low Canadian dollar has both pros and cons in Ottawa area  CBC.ca
Canadian dollar crash should have NHL teams in panic (Trending Topics)  Yahoo Canada Sports (blog)
Canadian dollar expected to slip to fresh low of 75 cents, TD says
The Canadian dollar is expected to continue its swan dive through 2015, a new report from TD Economics said Monday. The bank's economics department suggests the loonie will hit a low of 75 cents U.S.
Six reasons the Canadian dollar will suffer this month
Financial markets reeled today as the price of oil sank at one point below the $50 mark. Stocks tumbled around the world, particularly in Toronto, where the market lost 2.4 per cent.
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