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September 5th 2007

Canada Going Strong, Currency Gaining

Interest rates in Canada remained at 4.5 percent today, resulting in a gain for the Canadian dollar. A statement made by the Bank of Canada showed that the nation’s economy is doing better than expected. Amid credit problems from the neighboring US, it seems Canada remains somewhat unscathed. Forbes reports:

‘Canadian bank traders see little in the BoC minutes to suggest that future rate hikes are in the works, after today’s ‘no change’ decision,’ said Peter Wadkins at Thomson IFR Markets.

Read more: Canadian dollar gains slightly after BoC decision

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