AccessMyLibrary provides FREE access to millions of articles from top publications available through your library.
TORONTO : The Canadian dollar ended a heartbeat higher on Thursday and domestic bonds mustered a third day of gains despite stronger than expected economic data from Canada and the United States.
Month- and quarter-end position squaring, as well as new signs that the North American recovery is under way helped keep the Canadian dollar in a steady 47-point range on Thursday.
The Canadian dollar ended at C$1.5942 to the US dollar, or 62.73 US cents, ahead a touch from C$1.5947, or 62.71 US cents, at the previous close.
A slew of economic numbers, including Canada's January gross domestic product figures and strong US fourth quarter GDP, had little …