CAD Since mid-April through mid-May, CAD made a significant move weaker, driven by multiple factors such as concerns over weaker oil prices, the re-emergence of housing market vulnerabilities and the possibility of volatility with the U.S.-Canadian ...
The first three months of 2016 marked the worst quarter for the U.S. dollar in several years, ending a lengthy rally that had seen the greenback achieve a cumulative gain of more than 30% since May 2014.
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