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Toronto and New York stock markets lower; Canadian dollar falls, oil slumps
Meanwhile, the oil-sensitive Canadian dollar lost 0.61 of a U.S. cent to 77.31 cents US. The June contract for benchmark North American crude slumped 49 cents to US$46.21 a barrel as it continued to trade in a narrow range, although at the best levels ...
Canadian dollar and TSX pull back as oil declines  CBC.ca
TSX falls on lower commodities; Canadian dollar declines on Fed minutes
"Clearly, this interest rate increase has had an impact on the currency markets in the sense that a higher interest rate environment in the States is going to put additional impact on low-yielding currencies like the Canadian dollar," said O'Connell ...
The loonie's wild ride: Canadian dollar swings by more than a penny
It has, to put it bluntly, been a heck of a few hours for the Canadian dollar. The loonie has tumbled from a high today of 80.3 cents U.S.
Canadian dollar continues retreat, slides almost a penny to below 78 cents US  CBC.ca
Canadian dollar loses another cent; North American stock markets pull back  News1130
TSX drops 94 points; Canadian dollar falls below 77 cents US
TORONTO - North American equity markets turned sharply negative Wednesday after minutes from the latest meeting of the Federal Reserve Board indicated that the U.S.
Canadian dollar sinks to 77� mark as commodities slip, economic mood darkens
The loonie fell today as commodity prices slipped and the outlook for Canada's economy darkened. The currency has traded between 76.84 cents U.S.
Canadian dollar briefly hits 80-cent US mark before retreating to previous day ...
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar briefly touched the 80-cent US mark Friday morning before retreating, capping a remarkable rebound for the currency thanks to strengthening commodity prices and weakness in the greenback.
Canadian dollar is getting hammered today on dismal trade and fire in the oilpatch
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar weakened to a two-week low against its U.S. counterpart on Wednesday after disappointing domestic trade data and as a wildfire threatened production in the country's oil sands region.
A lot more than oil driving the Canadian dollar  The Globe and Mail
Canadian dollar set to weaken again after recent rally: Reuters Poll  Reuters Canada
Canadian dollar falls as job market stalls, wildfire weakens outlook
TORONTO (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar weakened to a two-week low against its U.S. counterpart on Friday as Canada's labor market stalled, while a raging wildfire in Alberta weighed on the country's economic outlook.
Canadian Dollar Declines to Three-Week Low on April Job Losses  Bloomberg
Why short sellers should set sights on sterling
The trigger for the trade is the Bank of Canada's policy meeting that concludes on Wednesday. What will the central bank say about the hit to growth from Alberta's conflagration, and how will it respond to the Canadian dollar (CAD, known as the Loonie ...
The Canadian Dollar: The American Impact
“The variance of the Canadian dollar is about 92 percent tied to the price of oil, naturally of course, that's because our major export is oil.