Canada Dollar Falls Most in 1st Half Since 1984 as Growth TrailsCecile Gutscher
Canada’s dollar had its biggest first-half drop in three decades amid signs the nation’s economic recovery is trailing that of the U.S., where talk of reducing central-bank asset buying has made the greenback the world’s strongest currency this year.
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