TORONTO - The Canadian dollar closed slightly higher Monday as geopolitical tensions eased and markets looked to the U.S. Federal Reserve and other economic data for hints as to the pace of interest rate hikes.
The employment trend is clearly not your friend if you have a positive outlook on the Canadian economy. Looking at the part-time and full-time Canadian jobs market over the past three years, full-time jobs have been decreasing, while part-time jobs ...
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar closed sharply higher Wednesday, benefiting from a major deal that will see American fast food giant Burger King buy Canadian coffee and doughnut chain Tim Hortons for $12.5 billion.
The Canadian dollar gained to the strongest level in a month versus its U.S. peer after economic growth rebounded to the fastest in almost three years in the second quarter, led by exports and spending on big-ticket items.