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Oil price plunge bruises Canadian dollar: What crude means to the economy
Here's how it matters to the Canadian economy, and, thus, the dollar: As currency watcher Camilla Sutton notes, the Bank of Canada calculates that every 10-per-cent drop in the price of oil shaves one-quarter of a percentage point off the country's ...
Canadian Dollar And Business Outlook  Manitoba Co-operator
MarketsCanadian dollar a loser as Opec keeps pumping  Financial Times
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Canadian dollar advances, traders look to heavy slate of US data, OPEC meeting
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar closed higher Wednesday amid a generally positive batch of U.S. economic data. The loonie was ahead 0.13 of a cent to 89 cents US.
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Canadian dollar seen sinking to 84� (but at least it's not Russia's ruble)
In his latest forecast, Charles St-Arnaud of Nomura, who has followed the Canadian currency for a long time, projects the loonie will sink to just above the 84-cent mark by the second quarter of 2015.
Canadian Dollar Rises After Economy Unexpectedly Adds Jobs  Bloomberg
US dollar loses ground against Canadian dollar after employment data  MENAFN.COM
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The petrodollar effect: Just how much is the loonie tied to oil prices?
CALGARY - Calling the Canadian dollar a �petrodollar� certainly makes sense if you mean the fact that the latest batch of bank notes are made out of polymer plastic, derived from petroleum products.
Oil price falls below $70 US as OPEC leaves output unchanged  CBC.ca
Canadian dollar drops as oil prices fall to 4-yr low  Stockhouse
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Canadian dollar advances as retail sales data, US GDP growth beat forecasts
The rise in the Canadian dollar also came in the wake of a report from a major international organization that forecasts the Bank of Canada will begin hiking its key interest rate as soon as May 2015 - months ahead of what economists have been predicting.
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Canadian dollar sinks to 5-year low on oil price war, 'very dovish' Bank of Canada
The loonie, as Canada's dollar coin is known, sank below 88 cents U.S., touching the lowest level since the summer of 2009, as crude prices tumbled again.
Canadian dollar sinks below 88 cents as Saudis cut oil to $77 a barrel  CBC.ca
Plunging crude oil prices help push Canadian dollar to five-year low  CTV News
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Canadian dollar, stocks move higher on strong jobs report
The Canadian dollar gained almost three-quarters of a cent against the U.S. dollar as the greenback weakened and oil moved higher.
Canadian dollar jumps almost 3/4 of a cent on strong October job creation data  Vancouver Sun
Canadian dollar jumps almost 3/4 of a cent on strong job creation data  Cape Breton Post
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Canadian dollar drops after report on August GDP
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar dropped almost two-thirds of a U.S. cent Friday as economic growth for August missed already modest expectations.
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Canadian Dollar Forecast: Watchers See Further Declines, Opportunity To Invest
MONTREAL - Canadian investors who have yet to diversify into the U.S. market still have time, according to investment specialists who predict a further decline in the value of the loonie against the American greenback.
Read this if you are tempted to protect yourself from the slumping dollar  The Globe and Mail
Canadian Dollar Climbs As Oil Prices Rise  RTT News
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Hicks on Biz: Our weak dollar is a good thing
This week, the Canadian dollar was worth 88 cents American. This time a year ago, 96 cents. Two years ago, $1 even. Three years ago, 97 cents.