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The Canadian dollar's disappearing act
There's a lot behind this, including the strength of the U.S. dollar and the fact that markets believe the Federal Reserve will raise its benchmark rate in December, automatically making the loonie less attractive as the Bank of Canada holds its fire ...
Canadian Dollar Waiting on OPEC Decision
Commodity currencies have depreciated as global prices of oil and gold have dropped against a recovering U.S. dollar following the U.S.
Canadian Dollar Surges On Weaker US Dollar, Awaiting Local Data
What haunts the loonie: Suddenly, a 74-cent Canadian dollar
“Meantime, the [U.S. dollar] is just gradually grinding higher versus the Canadian dollar, up 1.3 per cent since the vote,” he said late Thursday, before the loonie's latest move down.
Canadian dollar a 'double loser' as Trump turmoil takes hold
The Canadian dollar is taking it on the chin, a “double loser” in Donald Trump's stunning rise to the White House. Mr. Trump's showing overnight roiled financial markets, knocking currencies and stocks and setting up a panicked morning for investors.
Stock markets close higher following Trump's presidential victory  Toronto Star
Trump effect: TSX closes 103 points higher, Wall Street near record  Times Colonist
Low Canadian dollar hitting North Dakota hotels, not retailers
WINNIPEG - The low Canadian dollar isn't stopping Manitobans from going south to shop, but it is preventing them from spending the night.
Speculators raise their bets against the Canadian dollar in 'capitulation'
Speculators are raising their bets against the Canadian dollar, which is now trading for about 74 cents (U.S.). The latest report from the U.S.
TSX, New York stock markets retreat as Canadian dollar makes a comeback
“There is an expectation for OPEC members to do something but that gets doused by the economic realities of being an oil producer in a low oil price environment,” said Craig Fehr, a Canadian markets strategist at Edward Jones in St. Louis. “It's going ...
Toronto, New York stock markets retreat; Canadian dollar rises  Times Colonist
Toronto stock market heads higher as oil gains for fourth straight day
The Canadian dollar closed at 75.32 cents US on Monday, up 0.04 from Friday's close. Photograph By Frank Gunn, The Canadian Press.
TSX drops 47 points; Canadian dollar slips
The Canadian dollar was at 74.35 cent US, down 0.16 of a U.S. cent from Monday. In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average gained 18.32 points to 19,116.22 and the S&P 500 rose 4.26 points to 2,205.98.
Canadian dollar hits nearly two-week high amid higher retail sales and OPEC ...
The Canadian dollar strengthened to a nearly two-week high against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday as investors weighed prospects of an output cut by major oil producers and domestic retail sales rose for the first time in three months.