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Currencies Canadian Dollar

  • The dollar fell to a more than one-week low against a basket of major currencies after Donald Trump Jr. released an email chain.

  • *Canadian dollar at C $1.2915, or 77.43 U.S. cents. *Bank of Canada interest rate decision awaited on Wednesday. TORONTO, July 11- The Canadian dollar weakened on Tuesday against its U.S. counterpart as prices of oil fell and the greenback made broader gains, but losses for the loonie were limited ahead of an expected interest rate hike by the Bank of Canada on...

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    The dollar climbed to a two-month high against the yen on Monday as the Japanese currency was pressured.

  • The dollar gained on Friday after a report showed the U.S. economy created far more jobs than expected in June and previous months.

  • These are the currencies to watch in the next few months

    Investors should keep an eye on the Canadian dollar, which has room for further upside, says Joseph Capurso of Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

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    The dollar fell on Thursday after a round of weaker-than-expected U.S. labor market data.

  • The dollar index whipsawed on Wednesday after the Fed released minutes from its June meeting.

  • *Dollar/yen slips 0.3 pct on North Korea. TOKYO, July 5- The dollar slipped against the yen on Wednesday on concerns about rising tensions between the United States and North Korea while the Canadian dollar held firm after the nation's central bank chief backed an interest rate increase. The Pentagon condemned the missile test and said it was prepared to defend...

  • *Dollar/yen slips 0.3 pct on North Korea. TOKYO, July 5- The dollar slipped against the yen on Wednesday on concerns about rising tensions between the United States and North Korea while the Canadian dollar held firm after the nation's central bank chief backed an interest rate increase. The Pentagon condemned the missile test and said it was prepared to defend...

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    The dollar dipped against the yen on Tuesday after North Korea's missile launch deepened geopolitical concerns.

  • The dollar recorded its best day in four months on Monday, starting the new quarter on a strong note.

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    The dollar is on course for its worst quarter in seven years on Friday, recovering only marginally against major peers after a week of hawkish central bank jawboning.

  • *Eyes on Canadian, UK data on Friday. LONDON, June 30- The dollar was on course for its worst quarter in seven years on Friday, recovering only marginally against major peers after a week of hawkish central bank jawboning on inflation that has shaken major currency markets. Helped by a recovery in oil, the Canadian dollar has pulled back to less than C $1.30 to its U.S....

  • *Asia ex- Japan, Nikkei fall on risk aversion but up for quarter. SINGAPORE, June 30- The dollar extended its losses on Friday as major central banks signalled that the era of cheap money was coming to an end in a boon to sterling, the euro and the Canadian dollar, while Asian shares were hit by dismal performances of European and U.S. markets. "International markets...

  • *Asia ex- Japan, Nikkei fall on risk aversion but up for quarter. SINGAPORE, June 30- The dollar extended its losses on Friday as major central banks signalled that the era of cheap money was coming to an end in a boon to sterling, the euro and Canadian dollar, while Asian shares were hit by dismal performances of European and U.S. markets. "International markets...

  • The dollar downdraft persists as non-U.S. central banks are seen as hawkish.

  • *Canadian dollar nears C $1.30, sterling $1.30. LONDON, June 29- The euro jetted past $1.14 to its highest in just under 14 months on Thursday, with attempts by European Central Bank sources to moderate the message taken from a speech by President Mario Draghi this week falling on deaf ears. By 0730 GMT, the euro was trading 0.4 percent stronger at $1.1425, having...

  • The euro fell from a one-year high after the European Central Bank said markets misjudged ECB President Mario Draghi's comments a day earlier.

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    Growth in the Canadian economy will likely moderate in the coming months but still remain "above potential," central bank governor Stephen Poloz said.

  • *Loonie touches its strongest since February 27 at C $1.3148. Prices of oil, one of Canada's major exports, hit a one-week high on the back of a weaker greenback, short covering and expectations that crude inventories may decline. The International Monetary Fund also cut its growth forecasts for the U.S. economy citing uncertainty over President Donald Trump's...