The Canadian dollar surged after US politicians reached a deal about raising the debt limit and ending the government shutdown. It was a huge relief after the prolonged period of uncertainty and riskier currencies profited from it.
October 15th, 2013 at 23:35
The Canadian dollar fell today against safer currencies as talks about the US debt ceiling drag on. The critical point is near as politicians have just two more days to resolve their disagreement or face a default.
October 12th, 2013 at 3:02
The Canadian dollar closed higher on Friday as the unemployment rate unexpectedly fell. Employment growth trailed forecasts, but it did not prevent the currency from rallying.
October 10th, 2013 at 13:31
Canadian dollar is fluctuating today, performing erratically as rumors of a compromise on the debt ceiling issue come from the United States. Loonie is still struggling, though, as oil prices continue to drop, and as home prices data doesn’t quite meet expectations.
October 09th, 2013 at 2:16
The Canadian dollar dropped yesterday as the unexpected increase of the nation’s trade deficit added to pessimism caused by the budget impasse in the United States. The currency attempts to rebound against the Japanese yen today, but keeps losses versus other major currencies.
October 08th, 2013 at 5:55
The Canadian dollar retained its yesterday’s losses today that were caused by the abysmal building permits data. Worries about the US budget impasse did not help the currency either.
October 04th, 2013 at 15:29
Canadian dollar is struggling a bit right now, although the loonie has managed to log some small gains against the greenback. The impact of the US government shutdown is being felt by the Canadian dollar, which is sensitive to economic concerns in the United States.
October 01st, 2013 at 3:06
The Canadian dollar rose yesterday as economy expanded, following a period of contraction. Yet the currency retreated today amid fears concerning a potential US government shutdown.
September 27th, 2013 at 14:20
Canadian dollar is falling today, dropping on concerns about the US government shutdown possibility, and on oil prices. There’s a lot weighing on the Canadian economy right now, and that is affecting the loonie for the worse.
September 24th, 2013 at 14:28
Canadian dollar is getting a bit of a boost today from the latest retail sales data. While the loonie is struggling against some its major counterparts, overall, the Canadian dollar is seeing improvement today. Gains are somewhat limited, though, as commodity currencies face the reality of falling gold and oil prices.