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Pound Sterling-Canadian Dollar Exchange Rate: 1.6993 (0.12%) Charts
Canadian Dollar-Pound Sterling Exchange Rate: 0.5879 Charts

Pound-to-Canadian Dollar Rate Breaks Down and Eyes Lower Levels as Brexit Haunts Sterling Again 

Pound-to-Canadian Dollar Rate Breaks Down and Eyes Lower Levels as Brexit Haunts Sterling Again 


The Pound-to-Canadian Dollar rate was licking wounds near to its March crisis-period lows on Thursday but its recovery potential is limited at best, analyst forecasts suggest, while the prospective downside could grow further if the Loonie remains on its front…

Key Statistics
Live GBP/CAD Exchange Rate: 1.6993
Daily Change: 0.1178%
Opening Rate: 1.6973
Today's Low: 1.6973
Today's High: 1.699
Low of the Past Year: 1.3783 (21-03-2020)
High of the Past Year : 1.786 (10-03-2020)
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* 1 Week = past 5 trading days, 1 Month = past 20 trading days, This Year = 2020, Past Year = Past 365 Days

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Pound-Canadian Dollar Forecasts Point Back to 2020 Highs and Beyond 

  • Written by James Skinner

The Pound was treading water against a resilient Canadian Dollar Friday but will soon return to its 2020 high against the Loonie, according to the latest CIBC Capital Markets forecasts, as historic lows in some oil markets heap more pressure onto the Canadian economy and currency. 

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Canadian Dollar Oil Woes Are In the Price but Upside Limited For Now

  • Written by James Skinner

The Canadian Dollar outperformed risky counterparts Tuesday despite ongoing turmoil in the oil futures market, suggesting the Loonie may already be discounting the crude calamity although analysts say that upside is limited for now and that downside risks will abound at least until summer. 

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Canadian Dollar Feels the Pull of Sliding Oil Prices

  • Written by Gary Howes

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The Canadian Dollar has come under fresh pressure in mid-week trade amidst a souring of investor sentiment, which appears to be sparked by a decline in oil prices which are falling amidst a sharp slump in global economic activity.

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