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Canadian Dollar to US Dollar Exchange Rate
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|Currency Symbol:||$, Can$, C$, CAD|
|Sub unit:||cent (English) and cenne (Quebec slang)|
|Sub unit symbol:||¢|
|Bank notes:||$5, $10, $20, $50, $100|
|Coins:||5¢, 10¢, 25¢, 50¢, $1, $2|
|Currency Symbol:||$, US$, USD$, USD|
|Sub unit symbol:||c|
|Bank notes:||$1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100|
|Coins:||1c, 5c, 10c, 25c, 50c|
Canadian Dollar to the US Dollar for the last 10 years
|Jul 2009||Jul 2010||Jul 2011||Jul 2012||Jul 2013||Jul 2014||Jul 2015||Jul 2016||Jul 2017||Jul 2018|
|1 CAD =||0.8957 Inverse: 1.1165||0.9533 Inverse: 1.0490||1.0418 Inverse: 0.9599||0.9865 Inverse: 1.0136||0.9605 Inverse: 1.0411||0.9292 Inverse: 1.0762||0.7713 Inverse: 1.2965||0.7717 Inverse: 1.2959||0.7910 Inverse: 1.2642||0.7612 Inverse: 1.3137|
How does the Canadian dollar trade against the US dollar historically?
Close neighbors, Canada and the US have plenty of historical, trading and political ties. When it comes to forex, the Canadian dollar has generally mirrored the US dollar’s movements.
When the Canadian dollar rises against the US dollar, it often simultaneously falls against other international currencies. The relationship between the two currencies provides extra clues for economists and forex traders about shifts in the US economy.
However, since 2002 the Canadian dollar has risen consistently against the US dollar and other currencies. This rise is due to volatility in global oil prices, given Canada’s role as a major oil exporter.
Canadian Dollar to the US Dollar for the last 10 months
|Sep 2018||Oct 2018||Nov 2018||Dec 2018||Jan 2019||Feb 2019||Mar 2019||Apr 2019||May 2019||Jun 2019|
|1 CAD =||0.7655 Inverse: 1.3064||0.7646 Inverse: 1.3079||0.7606 Inverse: 1.3148||0.7421 Inverse: 1.3475||0.7541 Inverse: 1.3261||0.7570 Inverse: 1.3211||0.7450 Inverse: 1.3422||0.7493 Inverse: 1.3347||0.7421 Inverse: 1.3475||0.7575 Inverse: 1.3201|
Canadian Dollar to the US Dollar for the last 10 days
|Jul 09||Jul 10||Jul 11||Jul 12||Jul 13||Jul 14||Jul 15||Jul 16||Jul 17||Jul 18|
|1 CAD =||0.7617 Inverse: 1.3128||0.7649 Inverse: 1.3074||0.7651 Inverse: 1.3070||0.7669 Inverse: 1.3039||0.7669 Inverse: 1.3039||0.7672 Inverse: 1.3034||0.7663 Inverse: 1.3049||0.7641 Inverse: 1.3087||0.7660 Inverse: 1.3055||0.7671 Inverse: 1.3036|
What affects CAD/USD exchange rates?
The trade balance is the difference between the value of a country’s imports and exports over a given period. Economists use the trade balance to measure the relative strength of a country’s economy.
Countries typically track the number of jobs added or lost each month. In general, an economy should add jobs at a healthy pace to increase interest rates. Higher interest rates attract foreign investors, which increases interest in a country’s currency.
Gross domestic product
Countries track the monetary value of all the finished goods and services produced within their borders over a specific time. This is used to compare one country’s economy against another.
Retail sales is an aggregated measure of the sales of retail goods. Strong sales suggest that a country’s economy is thriving — while weak sales suggest it’s declining.
Industrial production data typically reflects changes in overall economic activity. Strong industrial production figures are a bullish sign for the dollar, weak data is a bearish sign.
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