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Due to the image of a loon on the one-dollar coin, the Canadian dollar is sometimes referred to as the “loonie”. The currency accounts for 2% of all global reserves and is popular with central banks due to Canada’s relative economic and political stability. Foreign exchange economists often observe how the Canadian dollar behaves against the US dollar to observe internal behaviors and patterns in the US economy.
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The Mexican peso is the official currency of Mexico, which boasts the largest economy in Latin America. It’s the eighth most traded currency in the world, right after the Canadian dollar. Mexico’s economy was given a boost after the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was signed in the 1990s.
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Claire Horwood is a writer at Finder, specializing in credit cards, loans and other financial products. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Gender Studies from the University of Victoria, along with an Associate's Degree in Science from Camosun College. Much of Claire's coursework has focused on writing and statistics, with a healthy dose of social and cultural analysis mixed in for good measure. She has also worked extensively in the field of "Blended Finance" with the Canadian government. In her spare time, Claire loves rock climbing, travelling and drinking inordinate amounts of coffee.
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