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The Canadian Dollar: Tipped to Rise after Oil Price Spike

The Canadian Dollar: Tipped to Rise after Oil Price Spike


The Canadian Dollar pared gains from the overnight session during early trading Monday but could continue to receive support in the coming days from spike in the oil price brought on by a supply shock and fresh fears of conflict…

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Live GBP/CAD Exchange Rate: 1.6452
Daily Change: 0.0024%
Opening Rate: 1.645
Today's Low: 1.6438
Today's High: 1.6456
Low of the Past Year: 1.5751 (12-08-2019)
High of the Past Year : 1.779 (12-03-2019)
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The Canadian Dollar: Tipped to Rise after Oil Price Spike

  • Written by James Skinner

The Canadian Dollar pared gains from the overnight session during early trading Monday but could continue to receive support in the coming days from spike in the oil price brought on by a supply shock and fresh fears of conflict in the Gulf after Iran was accuse of an attack on a Saudi Arabian oil facility.

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The Canadian Dollar Eyes October Election and Risks Weakness ahead of Vote

  • Written by James Skinner

The Canadian Dollar is at risk of softening over the coming weeks as investors turn their attention to the looming general election set for late October, with details of the various policy platforms as well as ebb and flow of opinion polls now likely to have an impact on Loonie exchange rates, according to BMO Capital Markets. 

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Canadian Dollar Can Extend its 2019 Dominance say Analysts Following BoC Signal

  • Written by James Skinner

The Canadian Dollar followed oil prices, other risk assets and domestic bond yields higher Thursday after the Bank of Canada (BoC) suggested it will 'wait and see' how the U.S.-China trade war impacts the economy before deciding whether to lower its benchmark cash rate, setting it apart from most others in the G10 crowd.

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The Canadian Dollar Raises the Roof on Blowout Growth Figures

  • Written by James Skinner

The Canadian Dollar raised a proverbial roof Friday after official data showed the economy growing much faster during the second quarter than the market had dared imagine, although much about the outlook for the Loonie depends on next week's response from the Bank of Canada (BoC)

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