Canadian dollar

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the basic unit of money in Canada


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The cut resulted in the Canadian dollar falling to 81 cents, down from an average of about 86 cents in December 2014.
Saxo Bank's head of Forex strategy, John Hardy expects USD/CAD to fall as low as 1.35 to 1.36 before the Canadian dollar finds a bottom versus the US dollar, though there is some risk that "we see 1.40 or higher if oil prices remain this depressed or head lower still."
Large-Cap Health Care Equal Weight Total Stock Market Index Canadian Dollar Hedged.
This was due in part to the changing value of the Canadian dollar, which during the same period fell from 85 cents to 77 cents in U.S.
'Consistency is one of the hardest attributes to maintain, but being voted the winner of the Best Bank for the Canadian dollar category for the seventh year running at the 2017 FX Week Best Banks Awards proves BMO Capital Markets' commitment to providing clients with a reliable and top-class service,' said Eva Szalay, editor, FX Week.
"But the lower the Canadian dollar goes and, if it stays there, you can expect more U.S.
During the third quarter of 1995, the dollar rose 17.6 percent against the Japanese yen, 3.3 percent against the German mark, 2.1 percent against the Mexican peso, and 3.2 percent on a trade-weighted basis against other G-10 currencies, but it fell 2.3 percent against the Canadian dollar.(2) The dollar's appreciation reflected relative changes in market participants' expectations of economic performance and of the associated monetary policy reactions of Japan, Germany, and the United States.
On the currency front, the Canadian dollar on Monday moved lower to 0.7849 U.S.
In 2011, the Canadian dollar's rally already took USD/CAD below parity (it's currently at 0.9567).<span style="mso-spacerun: yes;">&nbsp; </span>The last time the Canadian dollar traded below parity was November 2007 -- that move was driven by Rio Tinto's $42.3 billion all-cash bid for Alcan, the Canadian aluminum company.
remains unchanged since 30 December 2013, making 4.20 Canadian dollars or 3.7903 US dollars (1 Canadian dollar = 0.9 US dollar at the exchange rate of the National Bank of Kyrgyzstan as of 29 January 2014).
The dollar slipped to 95.82 Japanese yen from 94.85 Japanese yen and to 1.0287 Canadian dollar from 1.0289 Canadian dollar.
The recession of the early 1990s and the decline of the Canadian dollar led to a collapse in cross-border shopping whose swiftness paralleled its rise.
The dollar rose, however, about 1 percent against both the yen and the Canadian dollar. On a trade-weighted basis, as measured by the staff of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the dollar declined 5 3/4 percent.
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