Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

Canadian Dollar news

Showing stories 11 - 20 of about 70   

Articles published

Canadian dollar closes above 72 cents US as oil rallies
The Canadian dollar gained more than a full cent today, closing at 72.61 cents US, up 1.32 cents from Thursday. It was the loonie's first finish above 72 cents US since the start of the year.
Canadian dollar to resume losing streak in months ahead: Reuters poll  Reuters Canada
Here's what strategists predict the loonie will do over the next year  The Globe and Mail
Canadian dollar jumps through 70� US
The Canadian dollar shot up by more than a penny today, topping the 70-cent mark, amid suddenly shifting expectations on interest rates and amid higher oil prices.
Canadian dollar gains a penny to 70 cents US as oil rebounds above $29 US
Canadian dollar flies above 70 cents as stock markets turn around  Hamilton Spectator
US vacation hot spots offer discounts to dollar-weary Canadians
Now, U.S. hot spots are out to convince Canadians their dollar has more value than they think. Vacation destinations Scottsdale, Ariz.
Myrtle Beach hotels to treat the Canadian dollar on par  CanIndia News
Worried about Canada's economy? Its 'saviour' just showed up
A tale of 2 Montreal businesses and the slumping Canadian dollar
As the Canadian dollar continues to struggle, Montreal businesses are having to adjust their plans. For some, the low currency is a boon, but for others it hurts the bottom line.
Canadian dollar dips below 70 cents US before recovering
The Canadian dollar has dropped below the 70-cent US level for the first time since May 2003. When stock markets closed on Tuesday, the loonie was changing hands at 70.13 cents US, down by about a fifth of a cent after earlier dipping below the 70-cent ...
Canadian dollar pressured by jobs loss, lower oil prices
TORONTO (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar lost ground against its U.S. counterpart on Friday after weak Canadian jobs data underlined the economy's struggles to cope with an oil shock, while oil prices fell and U.S.
Are Granny Panties Causing the Canadian Dollar's Decline?
The Canadian dollar was strong in the '50s and the start of the '60s, it improved in the latter half of the '80s, and, as we know was strong again in the 2000s.
Crippled Canadian dollar in free-fall, plunges below 69�
There was a “huge move” in the Canadian dollar just around the time the London market was opening, said Royal Bank of Canada currency strategist Adam Cole.
Odds favour Bank of Canada rate cut, economists  Toronto Star
Bank of Canada may cut rates, but major lenders likely won't match
Canada's 'loonie predicament'
What that means is that the energy provinces are in deep trouble from the collapse in crude prices, while the industrial regions are on a roll as lower oil prices depress the value of the Canadian dollar, thus helping to boost exports. So for Ontario ...
Low Canadian Dollar, Low Interest Rates Make Canadian Companies Easy Pickings
Companies paying in U.S. dollars receive a discount thanks to the Canadian dollar, said Perry Sadorsky, an associate professor of economics at York University's Schulich School of Business in Toronto.
Low loonie luring foreign buyers, but an M&A boom in Canada may prove ...  Financial Post