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Canadian Dollar Drops Amid Unexpected Decline in Jobs
Canada's dollar slumped from almost a six-month high after the economy unexpectedly lost jobs in June, bolstering central-bank Governor Stephen Poloz's argument that the nation still faces risk from slow growth.
Canadian dollar tumbles on 'squishy soft' jobs report  The Globe and Mail
What's behind the Canadian dollar's strength?  Financial Post
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How the Canadian-dollar bears scurried for cover
The dollar, according to the Scotiabank strategists, was driven in the second quarter by economic signals, monetary policy from both the Bank of Canada and the Federal Reserve, higher oil prices and shifting sentiment. It gained 0.8 per cent in April ...
Canadian dollar rises amid strong US jobs data  CTV News
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The 'curious' correlation between the Canadian dollar and copper
The Canadian dollar is often seen as a petrocurrency, but, Bank of Montreal finds, the ´┐Żtightest correlation´┐Ż is with copper.
Bank of Canada's shifting tone 'undercut' Canadian dollar in five ways: BMO
The Canadian dollar has perked up recently, no doubt an issue for Mr. Poloz and his colleagues as they head into their next meeting next week.
Canadian dollar dips amid optimistic, yet cautious, BoC business outlook  Vancouver Sun
Canadian dollar looks for direction with no economic data set for release  Cape Breton Post
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Canadian dollar nears 2014 high against US greenback
Sutton also notes that investors had built up a large short position in the Canadian dollar during the fall and early winter.
Canadian dollar ripe for fall because the currency hasn't been this ...  Financial Post
Canadian dollar rises amid weak US economic data, higher commodity prices  Vancouver Sun
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Canadian dollar value closely tied to copper price, BMO notes
Economist Doug Porter at the Bank of Montreal has pointed out a surprising correlation between the Canadian dollar and the price of copper, in the bank's morning commentary to clients Wednesday.
Canadian dollar falls amid disappointing jobs figures, lower commodities
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar dropped sharply Friday amid lower commodity prices and disappointing reading on Canadian jobs.
Canadian dollar powers through 93-cent mark, squeezing speculators
But building on the inflation report today was a better-than-expected reading of China's factory sector that may suggest it has bottomed, a good sign for commodities and, thus, commodity-linked currencies like the Canadian dollar. The loonie, as Canada ...
Dollar edges higher vs. euro, Canadian dollar at 5-1/2 month highs  Investing.com
Aussie rises, Canadian dollar at 5 1/2-month high  CNBC.com
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Canadian dollar leaps and bonds fall as inflation hike boosts bets on higher ...
Canada's dollar gained to the strongest since January and the nation's bonds fell as a gauge of inflation exceeded the central bank's target for the first time in two years, fuelling bets the economy is picking up.
Canadian Dollar ETF Strengthens on Rate Bets as Inflation Rises  ETF Trends
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Speculators 'stubbornly bearish' on Canadian dollar
There are two things at play here: First, the turmoil in Iraq should be pushing up the U.S. dollar, Ms. Sutton said. And while it is, the move is far from dramatic.
Loonie falls amid US data, traders eye the unfolding conflict in Iraq  Comox Valley Echo
Loonie rises as violence in Iraq escalates, commodities push higher  Castanet.net
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