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Why is the Canadian Dollar So Strong?
The Canadian Dollar surged to fresh 7-month highs against the US Dollar as disappointing US economic data sent the Greenback sharply lower across the board.
Stephen Colbert On Canadian Dollar: US Must Resist 'Scourge Of Canadian ...
“There are no challengers to America's currency domination -- until now,” Colbert began his report, introducing a clip about the proposal for Iceland to adopt the Canadian dollar. Colbert didn't mention that, as of now, the idea appears to be dead in ...
Loonie enters period of seasonal strength
Traditionally, the Canadian dollar has its strongest period of seasonal strength in the year from the beginning of April to the end of May.
Horizons launches first inverse VIX ETF
In addition, any U.S. dollar gains or losses as a result of the fund's investment will be hedged back to the Canadian dollar to the best of the manager's ability. Trading as “HVI” on the TSX, the fund is the first Canadian ETF that offers investors the ...
Gold Bugs - Keep An Eye On The Canadian Dollar To Keep Confidence
The Euro is its own mess, as is widely understood in the investment community at this point, and so I don't find it to be the best to watch to get an idea of true dollar strength.
Canada's current account deficit is a huge drain
Canada's sterling reputation for stability has developed into a serious economic problem, as countries and businesses look to the Canadian dollar as a safe currency. The result has been an inflow of short-term financial investments that have pushed up ...
Bank of Canada designates Canadian Derivatives Clearing Service under the ...
Three systems have been previously designated by the Bank: the Large Value Transfer System (LVTS), which clears and settles large-value Canadian-dollar payments; CDSX, which clears and settles securities transactions; and the Canadian dollar leg of ...
Transport and Logistics - Connecting Canada to the Global Economy
Canada's diminishing competitiveness is the result of disappointing productivity growth together with the considerable strengthening of the Canadian dollar over this period. The shift of global growth from advanced economies to emerging economies is ...
Daimler plant closing compounds Canada's manufacturing pain
... slowed since the frantic days of 2008-2009, but the Daimler closing underlines how Canada's manufacturing sector is still under severe pressure as companies grapple with globalization, government fiscal restraint and the high value of the Canadian ...
Our Loonie Runs on More Than Oil
Despite the Governor's dismissal, there is no question that the Canadian dollar is receiving support from surging oil prices and the oil-producing regions of Western Canada are reaping the benefits.
GDP drop cools talk of rate hikes  Toronto Sun