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Canadian dollar dips as US$ rebounds from jobs disappointment  TORONTO: The Canadian dollar weakened on Tuesday against the US dollar, which recouped its losses from Friday's dreary US jobs report as traders returned from the extended Easter weekend, but the Canadian currency remained an outperformer against many of its major counterparts.The greenback's rally over the last few months stalled in recent weeks as a string of US economic data pointed to a softer first quarter. Signs of a slowing economy have tempered expectations of how soon the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates, with many forecasting sometime in the second half of the year."This is really more of a general US dollar strength story," said David Tulk, chief Canada macro strategist at TD Securities."It's just a bit more reflection on the payrolls data we had on Friday. As much as it disappointed, we don't want to read too, too much into a single data point."The Canadian dollar finished the ...

Dollar eases after recent gains; Fed minutes awaited NEW YORK: The dollar eased on Wednesday, backing away from a nearly three-week high hit against the yen, as currency traders readied for the release of Federal Reserve meeting minutes.Coming off two days of gains, the greenback was down 0.25 percent versus the yen but above session lows touched after the Bank of Japan kept monetary policy unchanged despite slowing inflation.The dollar last stood at 119.9 yen, while the dollar index, which measures the greenback ...
Dollar rallies as investors look past poor US jobs data NEW YORK: The dollar rose against the euro and the yen for the second straight day Tuesday, gaining back more ground from losses after last week's poor US jobs report."Dollar bulls are back in control and they plan to take the greenback higher," said Kathy Lien of BK Asset Management.The euro fell to $1.0813 around 2100 GMT, down from $1.0928 late Monday. Lien said that bargain hunters saw an opportunity in the market after Friday's ...
US dollar rises, sentiment favors interest rate outlook NEW YORK: The US dollar recovered lost ground on Tuesday as trading desks returned to full strength after the Easter weekend and underlying trends for its continued rise reappeared, although it remains hemmed in to tight ranges by mixed economic data. A surprising move by the Reserve Bank of Australia not to cut interest rates boosted the Aussie dollar, bucking the prevailing greenback rally. That rally has slowed in the last month with disappointing US ...
Canadian dollar dips against US$ on lower oil prices TORONTO: The Canadian dollar weakened on Tuesday against the US dollar, which recouped its losses from Friday's dreary US jobs report as traders returned from the extended Easter weekend, but the Canadian currency remained an outperformer against many of its major counterparts.The greenback's rally over the last few months stalled in recent weeks as a string of US economic data pointed to a softer first quarter. Signs of a slowing economy have tempered expectations of ...
US dollar recovers; Aussie up after rates held unchanged NEW YORK: The US dollar recovered lost ground on Tuesday as trading desks returned to full strength and underlying trends for its continued rise reappeared, although it remains hemmed in to tight ranges by mixed economic data.A surprising move by the Reserve Bank of Australia not to cut interest rates boosted the Aussie dollar, bucking the prevailing greenback rally.That rally has stalled in the last month with disappointing U.S. economic data such as last week's ...
Dollar edges higher despite dovish fed talk NEW YORK: The dollar edged higher against the euro Monday, trimming sharp losses that came after last week's dismal US jobs report for March.After dropping past the $1.10 per euro threshold in the wake of Friday's employment report, the greenback pulled back to $1.0928 in late trade Monday.But it remained weak relative to recent weeks. That is in part because of a fall in the ISM service sector purchasing managers index from February, as well ...

 



 
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Banking Review 2014


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyMarch
Trade Balance $-1.586 bln
Exports $1.932 bln
Imports $3.518 bln
WeeklyMay 04, 2015
Reserves $17.491 bln