Nobody really knows anything
But not necessarily because we’re being gouged
What would happen in an independent Scotland?
What now? What next? Jason Kirby explains
Or a little bit of both?
TORONTO – The Canadian dollar fell Tuesday, a day before the Bank of Canada was set to make its latest announcement on interest rates.
The loonie was dipped 0.41 of…
The Bank believes real wages are too high to sustain a significant recovery
The dollar is worth what someone is willing to pay for it
Econowatch: Signs point to the Canadian dollar taking a nose dive
A look at financial markets, oil prices and the loonie
Mike Moffatt on P.P.P. (Purchasing Power Parity) and B.S.
How we’re benefitting from an increase in the Canadian dollar
Retailers are charging what Canadian consumers will pay
Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney was the first Canadian central banker to speak in front of the country’s auto workers today. Here’s the text of the speech he delivered…
Canada’s ambassador to Iceland Alan Bones will announce tomorrow that Canada is ready to discuss Iceland’s potential adoption of the loonie as its currency, The Globe and Mail reports:
Debt-ceiling negations push Canadian dollar up
Canadian dollar hits three-and-a-half year high