Canadian Dollar Declines Most in 6 Years After U.K. Votes BrexitBy
Loonie drops 2% after Britain votes to leave European Union
Canada’s currency follows most major currencies lower
The Canadian dollar joined the global market decline after Britain’s historic vote to leave the European Union, plunging the most in six years against the U.S. currency.
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