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Fast ride back up for a currency worth 69 cents a few months ago.
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TORONTO — The Toronto stock market advanced for a third-straight session and the Canadian dollar hit its highest level of the year as investor sentiment remained positive following the latest comments...
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"This was the perfect storm for the desert."
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If it sticks to its historical range, the loonie mostly has an upside at this point.
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The Loonie is the lowest it has been in 15 years, a barrel of gas is trading for less than $30 -- compare these factors against the rising U.S. greenback and you get one gloomy economic forecast. However, there is one section of our economy that seems to be unaffected, as real estate is showing little signs of slowing down.
How many times did we hear the media complain that the Conservatives used talk points all the time, often reading them from prepared scripts? We are now starting to see the Liberals doing the same thing. When asked about the need to get our downward spiraling economy moving, Trudeau's stock answer was, "We are going to do this right. We are going to do this responsibly." The only thing lacking was a piece of paper while he read the answer. For the party that promised to do things differently, it is much of the same. We haven't seen anything concrete to address the sinking dollar or get the economy moving.
A year ago, it was at 83.6 cents U.S.
With manufacturing and oil exports in the dumps, no one know what Canada's economy is about anymore.
TORONTO — The Canadian dollar was holding steady as the Toronto Stock Exchange was set to begin the last trading day of 2015 much lower than it began the year. The loonie was at 72.07 cents U.S., up 0...
Some "slightly positive" news for the loonie.
The loonie hasn't been this low since mid-2004.
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Oil prices are under pressure after OPEC's decision not to limit supply.
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 dollar will continue to fall for another year. Canada...
TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar was trading near an 11-year low Thursday morning as Toronto and U.S. stock markets declined. Loonie was down 0.16 of a U.S. cent at 74.76 cents US shortly after North Am...