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    Is the U.S. dollar accepted in Canada? Learn about the legal and practical aspects ...
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    Discover why investing in the Canadian dollar can give investors exposure to the ...
  3. Is the TSX's Sell-off a Buying Opportunity?

    Contrarian investor waiting for a commodity bounce? Why not look north for some value ...
  4. Four Currencies Under the Spotlight in 2016

    With currencies having become the “tail that wags the dog,” in terms of their impact ...
  5. UUP: PowerShares DB US Dollar ETF

    Discover how an ETF can be used to bet on multiple different currency futures contracts ...
  6. UUP: Powershares DB US Dollar Bullish Fund ETF

    Explore information and detailed analysis of two popular currency exchange-traded ...
  1. Why U.S. Dollars Aren't Accepted in Canada

    Is the U.S. dollar accepted in Canada? Learn about the legal and practical aspects ...
  2. Is the TSX's Sell-off a Buying Opportunity?

    Contrarian investor waiting for a commodity bounce? Why not look north for some value ...
  3. UUP: PowerShares DB US Dollar ETF

    Discover how an ETF can be used to bet on multiple different currency futures contracts ...
  4. UUP: Powershares DB US Dollar Bullish Fund ETF

    Explore information and detailed analysis of two popular currency exchange-traded ...
  5. The 3 Best Canadian Dividend Stocks (CNQ)

    Learn about the state of the Canadian stock market and three Canadian dividend-paying ...
  6. Do Falling Oil Prices Hurt the Canadian Economy?

    As Oil Goes, So Goes Canada. Or Does It?
  1. How does the landscape of the financial services sector in the U.S. compare to Canada?

    Read about the financial services sector in the United States and Canada, two countries that represent each other's largest ...
  2. What are the nations with the lowest PPP (purchasing power parity) with respect to ...

    Learn how purchasing power parity (PPP) is used to compare the price of goods between countries, and which countries have ...
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