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Which multinational stocks will get hurt by a rising U.S. dollar?
�All else being equal, we prefer multinationals that are more levered to U.S. dollars and to the domestic economy, such as Bank of America, Home Depot, Wal-Mart and Disney - all of which appear to derive more than 70% of their current earnings from ...
Will Dollarama be the 'consolation prize' to loser of U.S. dollar store battle?
�Besides the reliance on a weakening food business, the operating metrics and growth prospects on these stores are weaker than at Dollarama,� he said.
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Three things that drove the Canadian dollar above 91�
And comments by a Wall Street Journal reporter on the Fed, a repeat from yesterday, still fed into moves on the U.S. dollar today. The Fed releases its policy statement tomorrow afternoon, and some observers expect a shift, changing the language to ...
Bank of Canada to intervene to let dollar drift, Poloz says  Toronto Star
Canadian dollar rises ahead of BoC speech, strong manufacturing data  CTV News
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U.S. Dollar Strength Mining's Biggest Hurdle Right Now -- Silver Wheaton's ...
Denver (Kitco News) - The strength of the U.S. dollar has been giving gold prices fits of late, and Silver Wheaton Corp.'s (TSX:SLW) (NYSE:SLW) Randy Smallwood, president and chief executive officer, sees this as gold and silver mining's biggest hurdle.
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Resurgent US Dollar Fuels Rally
A resurgent dollar is bolstering global demand for U.S. stocks and bonds as investors flock to a recovering American economy. The dollar has logged its longest winning streak in more than 17 years, rising against a broad basket of currencies for nine ...
Dollar's Longest Run in Half a Century Hinges on Fed Decision  DailyFX
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US Dollar Remains Lower Ahead of Fed
The dollar held a decline from yesterday against 10 major peers, its biggest in three months, as traders weighed whether the Federal Open Market Committee will alter the language in its policy statement today.
US Dollar Marks Longest Rally in 17 Years
The U.S. dollar has been climbing for nine weeks, marking its longest rally in 17 years, spurred by expectations that the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates next year, in a divergence from other major central banks that are still in easing mode ...
Premarket: US dollar heads for its best run in 17 years  The Globe and Mail
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Rising US Dollar Takes Shine Off Gold in Asia
HONG KONG�A rallying U.S. dollar is fueling expectations in Asia that gold prices, already at their lowest in more than seven months, have further to fall, offsetting the expected rise in demand from year-end festivities in China and Indian weddings ...
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Canadian dollar falls to near 90 cents ahead of Fed rate announcement
Investors were also moving to take up the U.S. dollar ahead of next week's interest rate announcement for the Fed. U.S.
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US dollar extends gains against yen on Fed report
Earlier, the U.S. dollar had reached an 8-year high against the Japanese yen on Wednesday as investors awaited the Federal Reserve's latest guidance on U.S.
How to trade a surging U.S. dollar  MarketWatch
US dollar firms with Federal Reserve policy language under intense scrutiny  Economic Times
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