Canada — News Archive

Bank of Canada Propels CAD Higher

The Canadian dollar jumped today after the Bank of Canada issued a rather optimistic statement following its monetary policy meeting. The currency reached the highest level since January against the Japanese yen.

Canadian Dollar Retains Strength

Loonie is retaining some of its recent strength in Forex trading, logging gains on the Burger King plan to buy Tim Hortons, as well as getting some help from expectations for positive economic data, due out tomorrow.

Loonie Trades Mixed on Latest News

Canadian dollar is trading mixed today, seeing different results thanks to the latest news and data released around the world. With stocks looking to rise, loonie is a getting a boost against some of its counterparts.

Loonie Gets Boost from Positive Data

The Canadian dollar is getting a boost today, heading a little higher against some of its major counterparts, thanks to positive data recently released. Even though oil is lower today, the loonie is gaining some ground.

Canadian Employment Weighs on Loonie

Canadian employment news is weighing on the loonie today, prompting it to trade mixed as it loses ground to the US dollar. Falling oil prices aren’t helping the Canadian dollar, either.

Loonie Gains Against European Counterparts

Canadian dollar is heading a little higher this week, gaining ground against European counterparts, thanks in large part to the latest trade surplus data. With the Canadian dollar looking for gains related to its economic recovery, and with Europe suffering from economic difficulties and geopolitical uncertainty, it’s no surprise the loonie is gaining.

Canadian Dollar Mostly Unchanged

Canadian dollar is mostly unchanged today, making no major moves higher or lower against its major counterparts. After last month, it appears that there is some consolidation in the currency market as Forex traders consider their options and think about the most recent data.

USD/CAD Retreats After Touching Highest in Month

The Canadian dollar pared losses against its US peer after a report showed that Canada’s economic growth in May was faster than expected, though USD/CAD reached the highest level in more than a month earlier. The loonie gained versus the euro and was flat against the Japanese yen.

Data from United States Undermines Canadian Dollar

The Canadian dollar dropped against its US counterpart today, reaching a lowest level in more than a month, pressured down by signs of economic growth in the United States. The currency also retreated against the euro but managed to log gains versus the Japanese yen.

Canadian Dollar Looks to Hold to Yesterday’s Gains

Canadian dollar is hoping to hold on to some of yesterday’s gains, and with thin trading and concerns about the geopolitical situation, that’s a possibility.

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