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Stocks, oil, Canadian dollar: 'The bulls are back in charge'
Stocks, oil and the Canadian dollar all climbed, as the weekend failure of oil producers to bolster crude prices faded. A lot of it has to do with the turn in a still-depressed oil price, having initially been hurt by the weekend meeting in Doha and ...
Canadian dollar hits 79 cents for 1st time since July 2015  CBC.ca
Canadian dollar surges to nine-month high as commodity prices add on gains  Windsor Star
Canadian dollar jumps, stock markets surge Friday morning
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar was above 77 cents US this morning, getting support from strong employment report and higher oil prices.
Canada Dollar Surges Most in 3 Weeks After Hiring Tops Estimates  Bloomberg
Here's why the Canadian dollar is called the loonie  Business Insider
Canadian dollar climbs above 79 cents US in early trading
Meanwhile, the futures market suggested a positive open for U.S. stock markets ahead of the latest meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Suddenly, an (almost) 80-cent Canadian dollar
The Canadian dollar is inching ever closer to the 80-cent (U.S.) mark as oil prices rise again. The loonie traded in a wide range today, between 78.6 cents and 79.4 cents so far, amid an initial dip and rebound in crude.
Canadian dollar tests a crucial threshold for consumers  bnn.ca
Canadian Dollar Will Still Fall To 59 Cents U.S. But Just Later, Forecaster Says  Huffington Post Canada
Fluctuating Canadian dollar could attract American visitors: Fredericton Tourism
The Canadian dollar is on the rebound, hitting its highest levels since last summer at just below 80 cents. It's a marked improvement from earlier this year when the loonie dipped below 70 cents for the first time in over a decade.
Canadian dollar hits 80-cent US mark
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar hit the 80-cent US mark minutes after North American stock markets opened for trading today. The loonie was up 0.31 of a U.S.
Canadian dollar, stocks lose ground as commodity prices slip
The report underscores how American manufacturers are struggling with weak global demand and a rising U.S. dollar, which makes their goods less competitive in foreign markets.
Weak commodities weigh on Toronto market  YorkRegion.com
Canadian dollar, price of oil ticked lower in early trading
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar and the price of oil ticked lower in early trading. Meanwhile, the futures market suggested a lower open for U.S.
Canadian dollar touches 80-cent US mark
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.
TSX drops 33 points; Canadian dollar up slightly
The losses on the stock market came as the Canadian dollar gained 0.01 of a cent at 78.93 cents US. On commodity markets, the June contract for benchmark North American oil gained two cents at US$43.75 per barrel.