Canadian Dollar Rises as Berlusconi Resignation Plan Buoys Demand for Risk

The Canadian dollar advanced for a second straight day versus its U.S. counterpart on renewed demand for higher-yielding assets after Italian President Giorgio Napolitano said Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has agreed to resign after the parliament approves austerity plans.

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