One good thing the low loonie is doing for Canada.
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"Where's the growth going to come from?"
Iran and Saudi Arabia essentially walked away from the table.
We'd be better of with lower oil prices and a lower loonie, CIBC says.
The "shift in sentiment" on oil prices is helping drive up the Canadian dollar, but some factors need to change if positive energy prices are to be sustained.
TORONTO — The trading week started Monday with a bang, as the Canadian dollar soared to its highest level in half a year on the back of rising crude...
A number of academics will help the government choose a women for Canada's currency.
But energy firms still see dark clouds on the horizon.
There’s a “bear market” for the loonie, but a “polar bear market” for the toonie.
TORONTO — The Toronto stock market advanced for a third-straight session and the Canadian dollar hit its highest level of the year as investor senti...
It will take a few more years for Canada's economy to rebalance from the oil price shock.
The fallout from the loonie's slide continues to be felt in Canada's grocery stores.
Fruit and vegetable prices kept climbing in February, Statisti...
The conditions that created a low loonie are still in place.
IEA thinks oil has no further to fall.
TORONTO — The Canadian dollar zipped back above 75 cents US this morning, gaining more than half a cent.
The loonie was at 75.23 cents US about an ...
"That will hurt us and that will be pretty significant in 2016."
(N. One who has returned, as if from death.)
Statistics Canada says the economy grew by 1.2 per cent in 2015.
"Diversifying geographically can strengthen your portfolio for the long-term."
If it sticks to its historical range, the loonie mostly has an upside at this point.
TSX, Canadian dollar benefit after rumours OPEC may cut crude production.
Loonie, TSX sink along with oil prices, yet again.
TORONTO — The Toronto stock market closed down sharply on Monday, pulled down by weakness in energy and financial stocks, as oil again fell below th...
Loonie's weakness "does probably foreshadow some price increases from our manufacturers at some point."
A low loonie also makes it harder for Canadian companies to invest abroad.
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