Bloomberg: Euro Rises After EU Leaders Renounce Spain Loan Seniority

Posted On: June 29, 2012
From Bloomberg Businessweek: The euro surged the most this year against the dollar after European leaders eased terms on loans to Spanish banks, taking a step toward resolving the region’s debt... [More]

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Loonie gains linked to European Union leaders' surprise progress

Posted On: June 29, 2012
The Canadian dollar achieved gains against its southerly rival on Friday during a market rally that came on the final day of the second quarter after European Union leaders surpassed low expectations at the Brussels summit. [More]

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Canadian dollar drops as euro zone leaders get to work in Brussels

Posted On: June 28, 2012
The monetary unit of Canada dropped for a second consecutive day on Thursday against its southerly rival. [More]

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Gold prices hover as Brussels summiteers gain scrutiny

Posted On: June 27, 2012
Hinging on the highly-anticipated, two-day European Union summit set to kick off Thursday in Brussels, the price of gold was hovering around even on Wednesday. [More]

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Loonie slips as Brussels summit nears

Posted On: June 27, 2012
The value of the monetary unit of Canada edged down against its southerly rival on Wednesday as pessimism continued spreading for prospects of success for the two-day European Union summit in Brussels beginning on Thursday. [More]

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Loonie benefits from gains to crude oil

Posted On: June 26, 2012
Gains to crude oil helped drive the Canadian dollar higher in value against its southerly rival on Tuesday. [More]

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Euro continues struggle as Spanish troubles mount

Posted On: June 26, 2012
The value of the shared currency of the European Union dropped on Tuesday to its lowest level against the U.S. dollar in one week. [More]

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Gold futures drive toward reversing steep losses from week prior

Posted On: June 25, 2012
Gold prices were hovering on Monday, the first trading session after the metal endured losses of more than 3 percent during trading last week. [More]

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Canadian dollar loses value as confidence wanes for European leaders' abilities

Posted On: June 25, 2012
The value of the Canadian dollar was on the slip Monday against the U.S. dollar amid preoccupations about leaders in the European Union being unable to reel in the sovereign debt scourge when they convene later this week. [More]

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Euro dives as Spain, Italy prepare to sell debt and Brussels summit awaits

Posted On: June 25, 2012
The value of the shared currency of the European Union dropped against the U.S. dollar on Monday, just before two debt-riddled nations prepare for debt auctions. [More]

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