Canadian Dollar Market Reports & Forecasts

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  • Bank of Canada keep rates on hold at 0.5%

    The interest rate remains unchanged at 0.5% after the announcement from The Bank of Canada yesterday.

  • Interest Rate Decision Today

    The Canadian interest rate due today today, however there is no expectation for a change to the current 0.5% level.

  • Canadian Dollar weakens after flight to safety

    Stronger oil prices are having little impact on Canadian Dollar strength, which remains under pressure following Trump’s decision to impose trade tariffs on Canadian imports.

  • Where next for GBP/CAD exchange rates?

    The Pound’s recent gains against the Canadian Dollar have softened lately, and the Pound has dropped by over two cents against CAD in the last week. Those holding CAD should look out for today’s Manufacturing Shipment figures.

  • High consumer debt to anchor Loonie

    Pound to Canadian exchange rates fail to break through the 1.80 mark and with OPEC expected to reach a deal on oil production cuts, are further losses on the horizon?

  • CAD strength, but for how much longer?

    The Canadian Dollar’s run could be put to the test as oil prices continue to dive and Trump’s trade tariffs start to impact businesses.

  • Canadian Dollar weakens on Trump’s trade tariffs

    Trump’s decision to impose trade tariffs on Canadian goods has hurt CAD. Further news surrounding this development may dent Canadian Dollar exchange rates further.

  • Can CAD reverse last weeks losses?

    GBP/CAD made significant gains following Theresa May’s snap election announcement but a strong equity market appears to favour the Canadian Dollar. Could GBP/CAD begin to undo its recent gains?

  • Pound to Canadian Dollar exchange rates hit 7-month high

    Global conflicts and weak oil prices continue to hurt the Canadian Dollar and with news that Trump is looking to cut imports, could there be further bad news for CAD?

  • GDP figures surge helping CAD strengthen

    Strong GDP figures on Friday gave the Canadian Dollar a much needed boost, but weaker oil prices could hurt the economy in the coming months.

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