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Loonie loses two-thirds of a cent U.S. on bad trade news.
Years of a sliding Canadian dollar appear to have come to an end.
It has been a wild day for the loonie.
Fast ride back up for a currency worth 69 cents a few months ago.
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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 and gold prices. The oil-fuelled loonie, which was...
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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 sentiment remained positive following the latest comments...
The conditions that created a low loonie are still in place.
IEA thinks oil has no further to fall.
IEA thinks oil has no further to fall.
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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 hour after the Bank of Canada announced its key inter...
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If it sticks to its historical range, the loonie mostly has an upside at this point.
TORONTO — The Toronto stock market closed down sharply on Monday, pulled down by weakness in energy and financial stocks, as oil again fell below the US$30 a barrel mark. The S&P/TSX composite index f...
TORONTO — Strengthening oil prices boosted North American markets Friday as investors mulled the possibility of monetary stimulus in Europe and Asia. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite ind...
It's cheap to invest in Canada these days.
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There are reasons to love our low loonie.
A Canadian dollar that's worth little more than half a U.S. dollar was unthinkable just months ago.
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A year ago, it was at 83.6 cents U.S.
TORONTO — The rapidly falling price of oil dragged down Toronto's stock market on Monday amid lingering worries for the country's economic outlook this year. The S&P/TSX composite index, which has los...
With manufacturing and oil exports in the dumps, no one know what Canada's economy is about anymore.
The Canadian dollar fell through the 72-cent U.S. mark on Thursday, the first time it had plumbed those depths since May of 2004. And according to Bank of Montreal chief economist Doug Porter, this wi...
The loonie hasn't been this low since mid-2004.
Oil prices are under pressure after OPEC's decision not to limit supply.
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TORONTO — The Canadian dollar was down more than half a U.S. cent Monday morning as crude oil futures traded below US$39 a barrel. The loonie traded at 74.21 cents US, after falling 0.55 from Friday's...
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 Toronto stock market finished its last trading day of the month with a major loss amid a widespread decline in the heavily weighted financial sector and a further plunge in the stock pri...
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...
TORONTO — The Toronto Stock Exchange's main index was showing a triple-digit gain in early trading Tuesday as markets around the world rebounded from the previous day's tumult, which the media had dub...
The Canadian dollar hit an 11-year low Monday as oil prices fell more than 6 per cent and global markets tanked in the wake of China’s stock rout. As of mid-morning Monday, the loonie was trading at a...
TORONTO — A surprise move by China to devaluate its currency sent North American markets into a tailspin Tuesday, with both Toronto and New York recording triple-digit losses that virtually wiped out...
The Canadian dollar has been trading near 11-year lows of around 76 or 77 cents U.S. over the past couple weeks, and while that may seem to be a marginal issue in the federal election, if history is a...
TORONTO — The Canadian dollar dropped to levels not seen in more than a decade as the price of oil and gold both came under pressure.The loonie was down 0.47 of a cent at 76.76 cents US. That's the lo...