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How the ‘trade war premium’ is impairing the Canadian dollar [Toronto Globe and Mail (Ontario, Canada)]

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CM)  More Company Research Source: Toronto Globe and Mail
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PDF How the ‘trade war premium’ is impairing the Canadian dollar Briefing highlights What the loonie would be worth The Canadian dollar could be worth about a penny more but for the trade angst sweeping the globe, CIBC World Markets says. Bipan Rai, CIBC’s North America head of foreign exchange strategy, calculated the “trade war premium” of several pairs of currencies, the U.S. versus the Canadian dollar among them. Others included the euro, pound and Australian and New Zealand dollars versus the greenback, and the U.S. dollar versus the Mexican peso, Japan’s yen and the Swiss, Swedish, Norwegian and Chinese currencies. Story continues below advertisement What he found was that the Australian and New Zealand dollars are “among the most exposed” given the commodity exports of those countries to China. The yen and Swiss franc are the least exposed given their “haven appeal.” But the loonie and peso are also among the least exposed now that Canada, Mexico and the U.S. have wrapped up a [Read more]

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