TORONTO - Signs that the Bank of Canada is open to the idea of an interest rate cut sent the loonie down more than a half a cent Thursday, as worries grew that the Canadian dollar will continue to face negative pressure over the short-term.
Canada's main stock index rose slightly Monday, as gold stocks provided some lift to offset declines in the energy sector. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was up by 11.53 points at 14,596.52, while the Canadian dollar saw an uptick ...
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