- USD/CAD Loonie Rises After Bank of Canada and Higher Oil Prices
- The Canadian dollar advanced versus the USD after the Bank of Canada announced the benchmark interest rate would remain unchanged at 0.50 percent. The USD/CAD traded below 1.
- CAD Enjoying the Ride as Potential for a Bottom in Crude Oil Develops
- The oil price slide that began in July 2014 has just celebrated its 20-month birthday. One of the main reasons for concern back then, which has come to fruition and remains the main concern today, is the oversupply of oil.
- Siemens' and Autodesk's New Deal: CAD as a Strategic Resource
- “CAD software has for many years been seen as a kind of staple good, a commodity, where more or less every solution had the same or similar functionality. Thus, it has not really made any difference which product you bet on.
- USD/CAD Loonie Advances in Tandem with Crude Gains
- The surge in oil prices in the past two months have lifted the CAD which is now trading below 1.33 to 1 USD. Global demand for oil is softer and with producers at record levels and in the case of Iran set to double existing production prices fell.
- Pound to Canadian Dollar: Mixed CAD Performance Today Ahead of BoC Decision
- CAD failed to benefit from the rise above US$40 per barrel for Brent crude on Tuesday thanks to speculation regarding how the BOC may respond to the commodity rally.
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