Bank of Canada — News Archive

CAD Climbs as Traders Search Higher Yield After RBA Decision

The Canadian dollar advanced today amid increasing demand for the currency from traders interested in high yield as continuous currency wars make it difficult to find.

CAD Loses to USD, Gains on EUR & JPY

The Canadian dollar fell today after a successor to the position of the Bank of Canada head was announced. The currency managed to gain against the euro and the Japanese yen.

Loonie Gains Support against Greenback on Recovering Commodities

Canadian dollar is getting a little help today, heading higher after recent losses. The loonie’s success against the greenback is being helped along by higher commodity prices.

Loonie Loses Strength as Growth Projections Lowered

The Canadian dollar dropped against safer currencies today as both the Bank of Canada and the International Monetary Fund revised negatively their projections of Canada’s economic growth. The loonie managed to outperform the euro.

UK Pound Mostly Lower on Continued Economic Weakness

UK pound is mostly lower today, thanks in large part to economic weakness. Economic reports point to continued difficulties in the United Kingdom, and that is leading to expectations of more easing — and continued weakness for the pound.

UK Pound Steady as Long Weekend Begins

While the FX market doesn’t close for holidays, equity markets in the United States and Europe are closed for Good Friday, and that is affecting volume. UK pound is mostly steady against its major counterparts as traders assess the situation from the last two weeks and get set for a new week and a new month.

Another Week of Gains of US Dollar

The US dollar extended its rally for another week. The currency paused its advance versus the euro after the European Central Bank talked about economic recovery, but resumed the rally on the very next day on the better-than-expected non-farm payrolls.

USD/CAD Jumps After BoC Meeting

The Canadian dollar dropped sharply against its US counterpart today after the Bank of Canada left interest rates unchanged, signaling that the accommodative policy will persist for some time.

Economic Expectations Weigh on Canadian Dollar

Canadian dollar is lower against its major counterparts today, dropping as economic expectations weigh on the loonie. Between GDP data to be released tomorrow, and a Bank of Canada announcement next week, there aren’t high hopes for loonie performance.

Canadian Economic Concerns Sends Loonie Lower

Once again, the economy is back in the spotlight for Canada. Worries about the Canadian economy have been increasing recently, and the latest manufacturing sales data isn’t helping matters. With the latest plunge, the loonie is heading lower against its counterparts.



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