Canadian dollar tanks on fears of a trade war.
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Looks like money traders still see the loonie as a petro-currency.
Currency markets panic easily.
As if 2016 wasn't already a bad year for the Canadian dollar.
Oil is at its highest price in a year and a half.
Traders are loving the U.S. dollar right now.
Trump's win is a "likely negative" for Canada's economy.
It's a lot like Brexit.
The loonie already had a "rough ride" in October.
Loonie loses two-thirds of a cent U.S. on bad trade news.
They've gone their separate ways.
And don't blame oil prices.
You can't wear white, but you can gain value.
It looks pretty certain to go down again.
The dollar just can't quit its marriage to oil.
And that could be a good thing.
Years of a sliding Canadian dollar appear to have come to an end.
Some rare good news for Canadian grocery shoppers.
Two years after oil crash began, Canada's move away from oil is elusive.
For now, it's doing better than that.
But it could be good news for mortgage borrowers.
“We don’t have the answer to that yet."
The Great White North's trade deficit is nothing to brag about, though.
Travel to other international destinations was up 6.2 per cent over the previous year and 33 per cent since 2010.
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