The Canadian dollar exploded to the upside today amid euphoria that struck the Forex market after US politicians reached an agreement that will help to avoid a financial crisis in the United States.
December 04th, 2012 at 22:39
The Canadian dollar gained versus its US counterpart and trimmed the losses against the euro and the Japanese yen today after the Bank of Canada left its target overnight rate stable and continued to speak about future interest rate hikes.
December 04th, 2012 at 14:23
Canadian dollar is getting a boost today, rising as Forex traders await the next interest rate announcement from the Bank of Canada.
December 01st, 2012 at 13:38
This week was marked by ever-changing sentiment as US politicians were making different remarks regarding talks about avoiding the fiscal cliff. As a result, the Canadian dollar ended the week near its opening level against the US dollar and the Japanese yen because losses and gains balanced each other. The euro outperformed the loonie this week.
November 27th, 2012 at 6:00
The Great Britain pound pared yesterday’s losses versus the US dollar and the Japanese yen today after the announcement that Mark Carney, the current Bank of Canada’s Governor, will be the next head of Britain’s central bank.
November 27th, 2012 at 3:01
The Canadian dollar weakened yesterday as Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney was appointed as a new head of the Bank of England, creating uncertainty about leadership in the Canadian central bank. The currency was firmer today against the US dollar and the euro, but continued to fall versus the Japanese yen.
November 01st, 2012 at 2:16
The Canadian dollar rose yesterday amid returning risk appetite, but trimmed its gains as Canada’s economy unexpectedly shrank in August. Today, the currency remained almost flat, waiting for more news to give it direction.
The Canadian dollar traded below parity with its US counterpart for the first time since August as the general negative sentiment on the Forex market added to fundamental concerns in Canada.
October 27th, 2012 at 11:32
The Canadian dollar posted weekly losses amid tension and uncertainty on the Forex market even as Canada’s central bank maintained interest rates and hinted that higher rates may be possible in the future. The Canadian currency was a little higher against the euro as the 17-nation currency had its own share of problems.
October 26th, 2012 at 20:54
The Canadian dollar fell today as the Forex market was not pleased by the news from Europe and entered a risk-off mode. The Canadian currency remained weak against safer currencies and even declined versus the euro.