Canadian Dollar Hits High Vs. Greenback

Canadian Dollar Rises to 30-Year High Against U.S. Dollar

 

NEW YORK (AP) — The Canadian dollar climbed to a 30-year high
against the U.S. currency Friday, bolstered by higher oil prices, a strong
economy and a looming interest rate hike.

Canada’s currency advanced as high as 95.53 U.S. cents Friday, pushing past
the 95 U.S. cents mark for the first time since May 1977. It has risen 10.8
percent so far this year.

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