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TSX lookahead: Rising American dollar likely to cause more losses
TORONTO -- The Toronto stock market is in for another week of sharp volatility and likely losses after a stronger American dollar left a trail of damage including lower resource stocks and commodities and a badly-beaten-up Canadian dollar at multi ...
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US dollar climbs to four-year high amid rate-hike speculation
The greenback reached its strongest since November, 2012, versus the euro, in response to data to be released Friday that are forecast to show U.S. economic growth quickened. The Canadian dollar declined 0.41 cents to 90.03 cents (U.S.), after Bank of ...
US Dollar Enjoys Another Weekly Gain on Growth  MarketPulse (blog)
Blind faith in dollar will lead world to financial Armageddon - leading ...  RT (blog)
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Another reason for a staycation: Sinking dollar will bite
The Canadian dollar's descent to five-year lows in early October reminds us that a weak currency has its price. Everything we import from the United States costs more, although intense competition among retailers may limit the impact for a while at least.
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More weakness expected for the Canadian dollar
Though they started to come back Friday, financial markets around the world have been hammered by a recent run of economic data showing deteriorating economic strength just about everywhere except the United States. Meanwhile oil slumped below $82 ...
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Canadian dollar falls as US greenback strengthens
"Genetically modified seeds have lowered the price of feed grain and fracking has made the U.S. the No. 1 oil producer and given it the lowest price of gas.
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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Canadian dollar hits 5-year low under 88 cents US
Since then, it has been slowly sliding lower, but a lot of that wasn't because of weakness on Canada's part - it was just losing ground against the U.S. dollar as the American economy was beginning to surge ahead. Priced against other currencies, the ...
Canadian dollar bounces around by a penny as 'greed begets fear'  The Globe and Mail
Canadian dollar at five-year-low, traders opt for safety amid economic concerns  Vancouver Sun
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Canadian dollar up 1 cent to 89.84 US
The Canadian dollar bounded ahead more than a cent Monday amid a pause in the strong rally of the U.S. currency. The loonie moved 1.02 cents to 89.84 cents US. The dollar sank .72 of a U.S. cent Friday to a six-month low following weak trade data and a ...
Take a penny, leave a penny: A warning about the bouncing Canadian dollar  The Globe and Mail
Bullish Bets on Dollar Widen Beyond Euro  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Canadian dollar falls below 89 cents US to 6-month low
The prospect of a two-speed global economy drove up the value of the U.S. dollar on Friday. The U.S. Dollar Index, which measures the dollar against six other major currencies, surged 1.3 per cent.
Canadian dollar tumbles as US economy perks up, Canadian exports sink  The Globe and Mail
Canadian dollar drops sharply amid weak trade data, strong US jobs report  MSN Canada
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Australian dollar boosted by higher iron ore price, lower US dollar
The Australian dollar has been trading within narrow ranges ahead of major economic events this week, including local inflation figures, Chinese growth data and speeches from Reserve Bank officials.
China data lifts Australian dollar to six-day high  Sydney Morning Herald
Higher iron ore price, lower $US, boost $A  The West Australian
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US Dollar Higher after Upbeat Data
The dollar gained on Monday after upbeat data restored some calm to the financial markets, prompting equities to rally back from deep losses and triggering a rise in Treasury yields.
Strong dollar a boon or bane for Asia?  Asian Investor (subscription)
Japanese stocks lead sharp Asia rebound as US data reassures  Daily Mail
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