David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist at DailyFX, explains why he thinks shorting the Canadian dollar is a profitable trade.
There's a big money mystery in Canada. Some Canadians believe the Bank of Canada has added a maple syrup scent to its new plastic money.
Greg Clark, financial secretary to the UK Treasury talks to CNBC about the appointment of Mark Carney and why he was chosen.
Nick Parsons, head of strategy at National Australia Bank, tells CNBC that Mark Carney's successful tenure with the Bank of Canada makes him an excellent appointment to governor of the Bank of England.
A high-profile job with a hefty salary, travel, and an almost guaranteed knighthood (unless you really mess up) will be advertised in The Economist this week.
Earnings season is coming, and currencies can help you assess how the stock market will fare.
Looking for a way to trade on first quarter earnings? This strategist has a plan for you.
Don't look now, but the Canadian dollar could soon have its wings clipped.
Iceland's Progressive Party wants to stop trying to join the euro and adopt the Canadian dollar instead.
Efforts to improve liquidity in the world's financial markets 'psychologically' important, Louise Cooper of BGC Partners says.
A triple whammy this morning: China, coordinated central bank action, and better than expected ADP report.
The world's major central banks unleashed coordinated action Wednesday to ease the increasing strains on the global financial system, a move that sent stock markets up sharply.
The Canadian dollar often rises when risk appetites are high - but this strategist says it's a safe haven against the messes in the U.S. and Europe.
Bulls are running in Europe and kiwis are lifting off - time for your FX Fix.
The heat is on up north, with Canada's economy significantly healthier than that of the U.S. Here's how to trade ahead of the upcoming Bank of Canada meeting.
The Canadian dollar has been on a roll. Can the loonie still move higher, or is it about to fall to earth?
The Canadian dollar has room to rise - but not because of spiking oil prices.