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Trump threatens to withdraw form NAFTA

NATFA Talks in Jeopardy The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is currently in renegotiation due to Trump’s view that “it is the worst trade deal in history.”  The deal is between Mexico, Canada and the US. There were hopes a deal would be in place before the Mexican election on 1st July, but this […]

Why has the Canadian Dollar lost value today, and where to next for CAD exchange rates? (Joseph Wright)

The Loonie has lost value during today’s trading session, falling against the US Dollar even if only slightly. At present the CAD to USD exchange rate is trading around its lowest point so far this year, and at the time of writing there doesn’t appear to be much support at 0.77 cents. There is a […]

Canadian Dollar slips as Trump makes new NAFTA surprise!

The Canadian Dollar has lost value today after a surprise comment from the US’ White House chief economic adviser. Larry Kudlow is chief economic adviser to the White House so he has a close relationship with US President Donald Trump. Today Kudlow confirmed that Trump wishes to negotiate separate bilateral deals with Mexico and Canada. […]

Stronger Canadian Dollar as oil price strengthens, will the strong run for oil help CAD recover recent losses?

The Loonie (Canadian Dollar) has begun the week in strong fashion after gaining on the US Dollar during today’s trading session. After a few very strong weeks for the Greenback (US Dollar) it’s currently heading for its 4th successive day of losses, with some believing that the bull run for the US Dollar is running […]

Canadian Dollar strengthen as oil edges higher, where to next for CAD exchange rates?

The Canadian Dollar has strengthened throughout today’s trading session against most major currency pairs. The reasons for its gains can be put down to positive economic data along with strengthening commodity prices, which is important for the Canadian economy. Oil is one of the major exports for Canada, so seeing the price of oil increase […]

Where next for GBPCAD exchange rates?

Throughout yesterday afternoon the Canadian dollar received a well needed boost off the back of reduced trade war tensions. The Wall street stock market rallied following reports that the US and China are prepared to sit down and discuss trade and potentially renegotiate certain tariffs which benefit both parties. Central banks tend to hold of […]

Will fears surrounding the Canadian Dollar cause it to drop further? (Joseph Wright)

Those of our readers following the Canadian Dollars value will be aware of the potential downsides to the currency’s value should there be amendments to the NAFTA agreement. Seventy percent of the countries trade is with the US so if US President, Donald Trump does force through amendments to the current North American Free Trade […]

Canadian dollar boosted as Canada dodges Trump’s metal tariff (Joseph Wright)

The Canadian Dollar has gained in value over the past few days against most major currency pairs, after some positive news for both Canada and Mexico has been announced regarding the impending US metals tariffs. US President, Donald Trump recently threatened to impose tariffs on metals imported into the US from all countries. His plans […]

NAFTA Uncertainty causes CAD weakness (Daniel Johnson)

NAFTA wieighs heavily on CAD CAD has struggled against the Pound of late. The uncertainty surrounding the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has weighed down the looney. If there is one thing the currency market does not react well to it is uncertainty. The deal in place with Canada, Mexico and […]

Canadian Dollar remains vulnerable due to NAFTA talks (Daniel Johnson)

Trumps demands are unrealistic in regards to NAFTA The Canadian Dollar lost ground against the majority of major currencies recently following poor retail sales and inflation data. There is also the matter of the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Donald Trump feels that the current agreement is not beneficial enough for […]