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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.
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
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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 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
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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 sinks below 88 cents as Saudis cut oil to $77 a barrel
The Canadian dollar today sank to its lowest level in five years as Saudi Arabia moved to slash its price for the type of oil used in much of North America to its lowest level since September 2010.
Canadian dollar sinks to 5-year low on oil price war, 'very dovish' ...  The Globe and Mail
Plunging crude oil prices help push Canadian dollar to five-year low  CTV News
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Canadian dollar down, commodities lower as Japanese economy slips into ...
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar closed lower Monday while the greenback gained strength in the wake of data showing Japan has fallen back into recession.
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Weaker Canadian dollar offsets fall in price of crude oil
As North American and global crude oil prices hit the skids, falling this week to four-year lows, producers in northern Alberta are benefiting from strengthening prices for Western Canada Select (WCS) heavy oil and a weaker Canadian dollar. That should ...
Hicks on Biz: Oil price drop not all bad  Edmonton Sun
Canadian Oil Sands Posts Sharp Decline in Profit  Wall Street Journal
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Canadian dollar slips as traders await latest economic data
TORONTO _ The Canadian dollar was lower Monday ahead of the latest economic growth figures coming out later in the week. The loonie was down 0.1 of a cent to 88.88 cents US following a strong run last week that saw the currency run up almost a third of ...
Energy stocks drag Toronto stock market down, dollar slips  Times Colonist
Energy shares depress TSX ahead of OPEC meeting later this week  Financial Post
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Tonight's Keystone XL vote could move the Canadian dollar
If it passes, observers say, you could see a small, if short-lived, jump in the Canadian dollar. Here's how chief currency strategist Camilla Sutton of Bank of Nova Scotia explained it: Actual construction of the pipeline would be a �powerful� piece of ...
Just how much is the oil price drop hurting oil sands projects?  Macleans.ca
Loonie lower: traders look to positive German data, Keystone Senate vote  Vancouver Sun
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