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Following Canadian Dollar news is the key to trading fundamentally. Below you can find links to articles in the news that discuss market fundamentals that could potentially affect the price of Canadian Dollar on the CME commodities exchange. Before you invest in the Canadian dollar futures market you should do your own research.

1. Bloomberg.com "Canadian Dollar Weakens to Three-Month Low on Growth Concern" November 17, 2012
The Canadian dollar weakened to the lowest level against the greenback since August on concern that budget gridlock in the U.S. and Europe's unresolved sovereign- debt crisis will weigh on demand for the nation's exports.  
2. Bloomberg.com "Canadian Dollar Falls Most in Eight Weeks on Economic Slowdown" September 20, 2012
Canada's currency declined the most in eight weeks against its U.S. peer as global reports signaled an economic slowdown, damping demand for higher-risk assets. 
3. Bloomberg.com “Canadian Dollar Falls On Concern Data Will Show Economy Slowing” June 18, 2012 

Canada’s dollar dropped against its U.S. counterpart on concern data this week will show growth in the world’s 10th-largest economy is slowing.

4. Bloomberg.com “Canadian Dollar Reaches 7-Month High on Global Stocks” April 25, 2012

Canada’s dollar strengthened to a seven-month high against its U.S, counterpart on speculation equities gains signal the global growth outlook is improving, bolstering prospects for the nation’s exports.

5. Bloomberg.com “Canadian Dollar Gains on Risk Appetite in Longest Win Streak Since October” February 4, 2012

Canada’s dollar advanced for a fourth week against its U.S. counterpart, its longest stretch of wins since October, as stronger economic data from the nation’s biggest trade partner helped fuel appetite for riskier assets.

6. Bloomberg.com "Canadian Dollar Rallies Most in Six Weeks After Central-Bank Swaps Move" December 3, 2011

Canada’s dollar staged its biggest five-day rally since October after central banks including the Bank of Canada took steps this week to make it cheaper for lenders to borrow dollars during emergencies. 

7. Bloomberg.com "Canada's Dollar Drops on Fed Outlook for Slower Growth in U.S." August 10, 2011
The Canadian dollar fell a day after the Federal Reserve said the recovery of Canada's biggest trade partner is "considerably slower" than anticipated. The Canadian currency depreciated 1.78 percent to 99.49 cents per U.S. dollar.
8. Bloomberg.com "Canadian Dollar Climbs Versus Greenback, Euro, on U.S. Employment Report" July 7, 2011
Canada’s dollar strengthened against the greenback and the euro to the highest levels in more than a month after an ADP Employer Services report showed U.S. companies added more jobs in June than forecast.
9. Bloomberg.com “Canada Dollar Erases Gain as Euro Speculation Boosts Demand for Greenback” May 6, 2011

The Canadian currency dropped 2.2 percent for the week, its biggest loss since July, as commodities including crude oil fell. The Loonie rallied earlier today as government reports showed Canadian and American employers added more jobs in April than economists forecast.

10. Bloomberg.com "Canadian Currency Loses Most in Four Months on Japan Nuclear Plant Crisis" March 18, 2011

Canada's dollar lost the most in four months against its U.S. counterpart after a nuclear power- plant crisis caused by Japan's worst earthquake damped investor appetite for higher-yielding currencies.

11. Bloomberg.com "Canadian Dollar Falls as Japanese Radiation Threat Saps Risk Demand" March 15, 2011

Canada’s dollar dropped the most in almost five months versus the greenback as Japan’s risk of radiation leaks at a crippled nuclear power plant reduced appetite for assets related to global economic growth.

12. Bloomberg.com "Canadian Dollar Gains to Strongest Level Since 2008 as Commodities Advance" January 1, 2011

The Canadian currency traded on a one-for-one basis with its U.S. counterpart on Dec. 31 for a fourth straight day. It reached parity with the dollar in September 2007 for the first time in three decades, capping a five-year run on the back of booming demand for commodities. 

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