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As a currency that's largely reliant on exports, the CAD has suffered of late with unresolved NAFTA talks, amid the threat that the US could pull out altogether.
By Rob Harold
Donald Trump has stated that he feels the current NAFTA agreement is not beneficial for the US, and has threatened to remove them altogether if current talks don't result in a new agreement he is happy with.
By Daniel Johnson
Carolyn Wilkins, deputy governor Carolyn Wilkins is due to speak at 16:00 UK time today, investors will be listening for insight into interest rate hikes.
By Ben Small
Poor Retail Sales and Inflation figures out last week has added pressure to CAD amid ongoing uncertainty surrounding NAFTA trade talks
By Amelia Spencer
CAD isn't benefitting as could usually be the case after a rate hike, which is likely to be a result of the outstanding NAFTA queries to be resolved.
By Matthew Vassallo
NAFTA talks are due to continue this week, which has the potential to profoundly affect CAD if an agreement can't be reach and the USA pull out altogether.
Talks between the US and Canada regarding NAFTA have a major affect on CAD, with the possibility that NAFTA could altogether be dissolved.
By Dayle Littlejohn
Those buying or selling CAD should pay attention to the interest rate decision, due to be made on Wednesday afternoon; a hike to 1.25% is expected.
By Tom Holian
A Canadian interest rate is expected in 2018, though with CAD relying so heavily reliant on exports this isn't a sure thing yet.
NAFTA talks are set to continue soon; with the risk of the deal being axed altogether seemingly increasing CAD could be in for some volatility.
CAD has gained against GBP during last and this week to date, with Brent Crude Oil prices reaching a near three-year high and strong jobs data for December.
Speculation of a Canadian interest rate hike has increased off the back of better than expected unemployment data released on Friday afternoon.
By Ben Fletcher
We could see some volatility in 2018 for CAD, as Trump has announced that he intends to renegotiate the NAFTA agreement in favour of the US.
The Canadian Dollar has been benefiting from recent increases in the cost of oil, one of their main exports, as a result of unrest in Iran.
By Lewis Edmonds
CAD received a boost recently due to an increase in demand for crude oil as 2 other pipelines are forced to close until January.