Canadian Dollar Forecast

Canada Passed ‘Peak Optimism' This Week: TD Securities

The Huffington Post Canada | Daniel Tencer | Posted 05.05.2016 | Canada Business

The loonie at 80 cents U.S.? That was never going to last.

Rebound Won't Last As Loonie Still Headed For 59 Cents: Analyst

The Huffington Post Canada | Daniel Tencer | Posted 04.21.2016 | Canada Business

"Where's the growth going to come from?"

Loonie A 'Main Victim' After Global Oil Talks Collapse

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 04.19.2016 | Canada Business

Iran and Saudi Arabia essentially walked away from the table.

Loonie Will Keep Collapsing, But Toonie Will Soar: Analysts

The Huffington Post Canada | Tenice Randle | Posted 04.05.2016 | Canada

There’s a “bear market” for the loonie, but a “polar bear market” for the toonie.

Loonie Rebounds Above 77 Cents, But 65-Cent Dollar May Be Ahead

The Huffington Post Canada | Daniel Tencer | Posted 03.17.2016 | Canada Business

The conditions that created a low loonie are still in place.

Loonie's Long Slide Almost Over, Ex-Carney Protege Says

The Huffington Post Canada | Daniel Tencer | Posted 02.22.2016 | Canada Business

If it sticks to its historical range, the loonie mostly has an upside at this point.

Here's The Bright Side To Our Dollar Dilemma

Emily Anonuevo | Posted 01.16.2016 | Canada Business

There are reasons to love our low loonie.

Loonie To Fall To All-Time Low Of 59 Cents: Analyst

The Huffington Post Canada | Daniel Tencer | Posted 01.15.2016 | Canada Business

A Canadian dollar that's worth little more than half a U.S. dollar was unthinkable just months ago.

Loonie Will Fall For Another Year, Scotiabank Predicts

The Huffington Post Canada | Daniel Tencer | Posted 11.04.2015 | Canada Business

If you’re planning a major purchase in the U.S. or a vacation abroad, you may want to buy now rather than later. Scotiabank predicts the Canadian do...

Loonie ‘Undervalued' But ‘Worst Days Are Over': BMO

The Huffington Post Canada | Daniel Tencer | Posted 04.21.2015 | Canada Business

Same-day trips to the U.S. from Canada have plunged 28 per cent in the past two years, a sign that the loonie is undervalued, the Bank of Montreal say...

Loonie ‘Will Remain In Crash Position'

The Huffington Post Canada | Daniel Tencer | Posted 02.11.2015 | Canada Business

The Canadian dollar “will remain in crash position” because of the possibility that the U.S. and Canadian economies will diverge further, the Bank...

Loonie Plunges Through 80 Cents In Biggest 2-Year Drop Ever

The Huffington Post Canada | Daniel Tencer | Posted 01.29.2015 | Canada Business

The Canadian dollar fell through a psychologically important barrier Wednesday, trading for the first time in five years below 80 cents U.S. The lo...

Goldman Sachs Sees 71-Cent Loonie

CP/HuffPost Canada | Malcolm Morrison, The Canadian Press | Posted 03.28.2015 | Canada Business

Remember the days, a decade or more ago, when you feared going to the U.S. because the Canadian peso bought you next to nothing? Well those days co...

Further To Fall...

CP | Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press | Posted 01.20.2015 | Canada Business

MONTREAL - Canadian investors who have yet to diversify into the U.S. market still have time, according to investment specialists who predict a furthe...

Loonie Headed Below 85 Cents: CIBC

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 09.23.2014 | Canada Business

The loonie will continue its long, slow slide from parity with the U.S. dollar and will fall below 85 cents U.S. in the third quarter of next year, CI...

Worst-Performing Currency

CP/Huffington Post Canada | Posted 01.25.2014 | Canada Business

The Canadian dollar was higher Thursday morning as the currency continued to stabilize following a series of sharp declines. The loonie was up 0.15 of...

Signs Points To A Big Drop In The Loonie

CBC | Posted 04.22.2013 | Canada Business

Investors are betting against the Canadian dollar in record numbers, as the number of people holding short positions against the loonie has hit an all...

Don't Panic Over the Loonie's Tumble

Scott Boyd | Posted 12.05.2011 | Canada
Scott Boyd

A weaker currency makes Canadian products more affordable for U.S. consumers. This factor alone may not be enough to offset demand-driven losses, but it could soften the blow.