During Friday’s trading, the Canadian dollar demonstrated the same performance as most other currencies, rising against the US dollar and the Japanese yen while falling versus the euro. Domestic data was mixed, giving the loonie little help in finding direction.
October 08th, 2015 at 21:18
The Canadian dollar was strong today, rising against its US counterpart and erasing losses versus the euro. The rally of crude oil undoubtedly contributed to the currency’s strength.
October 08th, 2015 at 15:50
Canadian dollar is mostly in a holding pattern right now, keeping steady against most of its major counterparts. Even with oil prices getting a little bump today, the loonie is still mostly steady.
October 06th, 2015 at 19:00
The Canadian dollar gained for the fifth straight day against the US dollar and the Japanese yen today, carried higher by the rally of crude oil prices. The Canadian currency was unable to beat the surprisingly strong euro.
October 05th, 2015 at 13:37
Canadian dollar continues to gain against major counterparts today, heading higher as oil prices rise and as investors look to the announcement of the details for the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
October 01st, 2015 at 22:57
The Canadian dollar gained for the second consecutive session on Thursday as the weakness of US dollar, the rally of crude oil and positive economic data supported the currency.
September 26th, 2015 at 0:41
The Canadian dollar was falling against the US dollar while rising versus the Japanese yen and the euro on Friday. Yet by the end of the trading session the currency moved closer to the opening level, ending trading little changed against its major peers.
September 24th, 2015 at 4:22
The Canadian dollar dropped yesterday due to lackluster retail sales data. Today, the currency remains soft against other most-traded counterparts.
September 18th, 2015 at 21:53
The Canadian dollar attempted to rally today but failed to do so against the US dollar and the Japanese yen, though it kept most of its gains versus the euro. There were two reasons for the underperformance: slowing inflation in Canada and the sharp drop of oil prices.
September 17th, 2015 at 23:32
The Canadian dollar was weak against its major counterparts today and was not able to rally even against the extremely soft US dollar. The most likely perpetrator responsible the currency’s decline was the drop of crude oil prices.