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Loonie tunes: Why the Canadian dollar's current rally is a false one
Canada's dollar rose for the fourth straight day on Thursday after getting a boost from the U.S. Federal Reserve's decision not to raise its benchmark interest rate, which would have been negative for the loonie.
Canadian Dollar Rises As Oil Prices Advances  RTT News
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ post-Fed rally fades; inflation data in focus  Reuters
Canadian dollar rises after job gains point to economic rebound
The Canadian dollar gained against most major peers after the country added six times as many jobs in May as forecast, bolstering Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz's view that the economy will rebound from oil's collapse.
CANADA FX-Robust job gains fuel Canadian dollar rebound  Reuters
The bears are back in town: Speculators gang up on the Canadian dollar
The Canadian dollar's flirtation with the “long” side of the ledger didn't last too long. Last month marked a notable shift in sentiment when the weekly report from the U.S.
Canadian Dollar Advances As Oil Prices Rise  RTT News
TSX closes more than 300 points lower as Greek drama plays out
Photograph By Frank Gunn, The Canadian Press. Previous Next. The Canadian dollar dropped 0.50 of a U.S. cent to close at 80.70 cents on Monday.
Strong U.S. dollar attracts Americans to Canadian properties
In addition to the region's natural beauty, the buyers were lured by the low value of the loonie relative to the U.S. dollar, said Sookarow who, along with realtors elsewhere, says an increasing number of vacation property buyers are coming from south ...
Canadian dollar up before North American stock markets opened Tuesday
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was up about one-quarter of a U.S. cent before North American stock markets opened Tuesday. The loonie traded at 80.93 cents US, up 0.27 of a U.S.
Canadian dollar slips after opening of Toronto Stock Exchange  Cape Breton Post
Commodity prices boost TSX after 3 days of heavy losses  CTV News
Loonie needs to be 'low for longer' as Canada faces more competition from Mexico
The loonie could make or break the Canadian economy in the next decade. A new report from Russell Investments Canada says that the Canadian dollar will be more important to economic growth than even the direction of commodity prices, including oil.
Russell Investments' Strategists' Outlook - Q3 2015 Update: Currency ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
The rich really do get richer, studies show
A second report, by Capgemini and Royal Bank of Canada's wealth management arm, looked at people in 71 countries deemed high net worth individuals, (HNWIs) or those with assets of at least $1-million, not including the primary abode and certain other ...
Canadian dollar falls ahead of open at Toronto Stock Exchange
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was down nearly one-fifth of a cent ahead of trading on the Toronto stock market. The loonie traded at 79.53 cents US, down 0.18 of a U.S.
Lower Canadian dollar could benefit BC
A lower Canadian dollar appears to be beneficial for the B.C. economy, according to a new study. Ken Peacock, author of the Business Council of B.C.
Cross-border shopping down 28 % since 2013: BC report  CBC.ca
Cross-border trips from BC down 28 per cent due to dollar drop  Vancouver Sun