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Canadian dollar pares some losses after hitting two-week low
The Canadian dollar hit a two-week low against its U.S. counterpart on Wednesday, pressured by lower oil prices and a drop in domestic retail sales, but pared some losses after Federal Reserve minutes fell short of a hawkish tone.
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ hits two-week low on lower oil, soft data  Reuters
USD/CAD – Canadian Dollar Improves, Canadian CPI Looms
USD/CAD has posted gains in the Thursday session. Early in North American trade, the pair is trading at the 1.31 line. On the release front, Canadian Corporate Profits posted a gain of 3.6%. This marked a second straight gain after four straight declines.
Canadian Dollar and Business Outlook  Manitoba Co-operator
Resilient Core Retail Sales to Curb Canadian Dollar Weakness  DailyFX
Canadian dollar weakens on corporate selling as greenback climbs
The Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Friday, pressured by corporate selling ahead of a long weekend and broader gains for the greenback.
But what if the Canadian dollar doesn't tumble?
Bipan Rai was playing Devil's advocate when he asked this week what could happen if the Canadian dollar grows stronger.
USD/CAD – Canadian Dollar Dips Ahead of Fed Minutes
USD/CAD has posted gains in the Tuesday session. Early in North American trade, the pair is trading at 1.3130. On the release front, there are no Canadian events on the schedule. The US will release Flash Manufacturing and Service PMIs. On Wednesday ...
'Sheer cussedness' of the Canadian dollar confounds analysts
Analysts are somewhat amazed by the “sheer cussedness” of a Canadian dollar now worth more than 76 cents (U.S.). Some don't understand why the loonie isn't sinking as they'd expected, and wonder if markets are “complacent” given the threat to ...
Canadian dollar softens, TSX pulls back  CTV News
Canadian dollar to shed recent gains as US rates climb: poll
The recent upsurge in the Canadian dollar will peter out over the coming months as an expected widening gap between steady interest rates in Canada and rising U.S.
TSX closes 83 points higher; Canadian dollar drops
In currency markets, the Canadian dollar was at 76.12 cents US, down 0.22 of a U.S. cent. Commodities were mixed with the April crude contract adding 55 cents to US$54.33 a barrel, and April natural gas down 26 cents at US$2.69 per mmBTU.
TSX declines after climbing to record high on Tuesday  Toronto Star
Toronto stock market rises modestly as American indexes dip  Cape Breton Post
TSX climbs 81 points to set new record; Canadian dollar slips
The Canadian dollar was at 76.11 cents US, down 0.13 of a U.S. cent from Friday's close before the holiday weekend. The April crude contract was at US$54.56, up 78 cents per barrel, and April natural gas contracts were at US$2.76 per mmBTU, down 19 ...
TD's Mark McCormick Says Canadian Dollar Is Overvalued
Mark McCormick, North American head of FX strategy at TD Securities, tells Bloomberg TV Canada the Canadian dollar is overvalued and vulnerable to losses over the coming months.