Canadian Dollar Falls to 11-Year Low on Interest Rates DivergingBy and
Forecasters say Fed may usher in Canadian yield disadvantage
Oil tumbles after U.S. inventories increase, crimping exports
The Canadian dollar fell to its weakest in more than a decade as the Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the first time in almost as long, cementing the yield advantage U.S. Treasuries hold over the bonds of their northern neighbor.
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