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Canadian dollar slips after retail sales show biggest drop in almost a year
OTTAWA - Canadian retail sales unexpectedly dropped 0.3% in August, pulled down by lower gasoline prices and weaker sales of new cars and food, according to Statistics Canada data released on Wednesday.
MarketsCanadian dollar slips 0.5% on weak retail sales  Financial Times
Canadian retail sales unexpectedly drop 0.3 percent  Reuters Canada
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Canadian dollar falls as US greenback strengthens
This reflects the limp demand from China and the fact that oil, one of Canada's most important exports, is getting more expensive for most of the world.
Welcome to an 89-cent Canadian dollar  The Globe and Mail
Canadian dollar declines amid GDP disappointment, rising greenback  Vancouver Sun
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Stocks tumble again, Canadian dollar plumbs five-year depths on oil price collapse
North American stocks plunged today as the Canadian dollar plumbed depths not seen in about five years. The S&P 500, Dow Jones industrial average and Toronto's S&P/TSX composite all tumbled, following European markets down as investors fret over ...
Canadian stocks plunge into official 'correction' mode  Globalnews.ca
TSX tumbles again, close to shedding all gains for 2014  Toronto Star
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Canadian dollar and business outlook
WINNIPEG, Oct. 23 The Canadian dollar was holding up slightly relative to the U.S. dollar Thursday morning, finding support from positive economic news out of Europe and China, analysts said.
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Canadian dollar expected to keep falling; higher prices for goods anticipated
As the value of the Canadian loonie continues its downward spiral - dropping below 90 cents this week - experts anticipate the slide is far from over.
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Canadian dollar dips on worse than expected retail sales
TORONTO _ The Canadian dollar was lower Wednesday as traders considered data showing a worse than expected reading on retail sales in August and looked ahead to the mid-morning announcement on interest rates by the Bank of Canada.
USD/CAD � Canadian Dollar Slide Continues Ahead of US Numbers
The Canadian dollar continues to lose ground on Wednesday, as USD/CAD trades in the mid-1.13 range. The pair has climbed about 170 points since Tuesday, and is trading at its highest level since July 2009.
Canadian Dollar Outlook Deteriorates on Oil Price Concerns, Buy Dips in USD ...  Pound Sterling Live
Canadian Dollar Holds Five-Year Low On Crude Oil Decline, Ahead of CPI Data  International Business Times UK
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Canadian dollar, commodities rise as markets relieved over Chinese growth
The dollar gained 0.44 of a cent to 89.06 cents US as China's economic growth slowed to a five-year low of 7.3 per cent last quarter.
Canadian dollar rises after jobs report trounces expectations
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was slightly higher Friday as job growth for September came in well above expectations. The loonie was up 0.04 of a cent to 89.54 cents US as Statistics Canada reported that the economy created 74,100 jobs last month, ...
Canadian Dollar Strengthens Against Peers as Jobless Rate Drops  Bloomberg
Oil price at $85 costing provinces and economy billions  CBC.ca
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Forex - US dollar edges higher against Canadian dollar
Investing.com - The U.S. dollar edged higher against the Canadian dollar on Thursday, after data showed that the number of people filing first time claims for jobless benefits in the U.S.
Dollar gains on US CPI uptick, euro banking concerns  Economic Times
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