Adarsh Sinha from Bank of America Securities expects the U.S. dollar to weaken in 2020 as economic growth picks up in the rest of the world.
"It is not yet clear that the U.S. dollar has actually peaked," says Manulife Investment Management's Sue Trinh, adding that bearish dollar outlooks have regularly failed to withstand scrutiny.
The U.S. released eye-popping numbers that show the budget deficit on course to cross $1 trillion, yet nobody seems to care.
Corporations that have been hoarding significant amounts of U.S. dollars may start investing them in China, says Craig Chan of Nomura.
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U.S. officers working at multiple Canada-U.S. border crossings were instructed to target and interrogate Iranian-born travellers earlier this month, said a U.S. border officer in an email obtained by CBC News. U.S. border authorities denied detaining Iranian-born travellers.
As Alberta struggles to clean up thousands of oil and gas wells left behind by bankrupt companies, the province's auditor general is set to investigate how the problem became so big and why the industry regulator's efforts to collect security deposits came up so short, CBC News has learned.
Boeing chief executive Dave Calhoun tells reporters the U.S. planemaker expects to resume 737 Max production months before its forecasted mid-year return to service, adding it doesn't plan to suspend or cut its dividend.
As the U.S. continues to threaten other countries with retaliation if they proceed with a digital services tax, Canada's trade minister says the question of how to ensure profitable search engines, social media platforms and online retailers pay their fair share can only be tackled on a multilateral basis.
Traffic was held up Wednesday morning on a part of Ninth Avenue in downtown Calgary as opponents of a proposed oilsands mine faced off with demonstrators who came out to show their support for the $20-billion project.