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C$ slides even as Macklem links currency to rate outlook

* Canadian dollar weakens 0.9% against greenback * Investors raise bets on 50-basis-point hike in October * 2-year yield climbs above 4% for first time in 15 years By Fergal Smith TORONTO, Oct 6 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Thursday as the greenback notched broad-based gains and despite a signal by Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem that the central bank would continue to hike interest rates aggressively.
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Bank of Canada's hawkish message bolsters case for another large rate hike

By Julie Gordon and David Ljunggren OTTAWA, Oct 6 (Reuters) - The Bank of Canada made clear on Thursday it will not yet be pivoting away from its rapid pace of interest rate increases, with Governor Tiff Macklem saying there were no signs underlying inflation might be easing. Macklem, in a speech to a business audience in Halifax, said domestic sources of inflation have not eased and are becoming more important, while global pressures are showing signs of cooling.
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Dollar edges higher as investors prepare for U.S. jobs news on Friday

* Dollar struggles to hold Wednesday surge * Euro falls a touch after ECB minutes * Oil price rise increases stress on euro and sterling, boosts exporters By Caroline Valetkevitch and Alun John NEW YORK/LONDON, Oct 6 (Reuters) - The dollar rose on Thursday, extending its gains from the previous day as investors looked ahead to Friday's key U.S. payrolls report for signs of softness that could signal slowing U.S.
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Canadian dollar falls as investors brace for BoC governor's speech

* Canadian dollar weakens 0.5% against greenback * Trades in range of 1.3565 to 1.3690 * Price of U.S. oil falls 0.4% * Canadian bond yields trade mixed across curve TORONTO, Oct 6 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Thursday as oil prices dipped and investors awaited a speech by Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem that could help guide expectations for the pace of additional interest rate hikes.
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Dollar gains as Friday's U.S. jobs data looms

* Dollar struggles to hold Wednesday surge * Euro falls a touch after ECB minutes * Oil price rise increases stress on euro and sterling, boosts exporters By Alun John LONDON, Oct 6 (Reuters) - The dollar edged up on Thursday, extending its gains from the previous day as investors looked ahead to U.S. labour and inflation data for any softness that could signal slowing U.S.
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Dollar wavers with ECB minutes and Friday's U.S. jobs data in focus

* Dollar struggles to hold Wednesday surge * ECB minutes eyed * Oil price rise increases stress on euro and sterling, boosts exporters By Tom Westbrook and Alun John SYDNEY/LONDON, Oct 6 (Reuters) - The dollar wobbled lower on Thursday, resuming its slide from early in the week, as investors looked ahead to U.S. labour and inflation data for any sign of softness that could signal an eventual slowdown in U.S.
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Dollar wavers as traders turn to payrolls

* Dollar struggles to hold Wednesday surge * Aussie, kiwi lead gains * ECB minutes eyed By Tom Westbrook SYDNEY, Oct 6 (Reuters) - The dollar wobbled in a choppy Asia session on Thursday, as investors looked ahead to U.S. labour and inflation data where softness may signal an eventual slowdown in U.S. rate hikes. After surging on Wednesday, the greenback struggled to hold the gains and fell 0.4% to $0.9922 per euro EUR=EBS and 0.3% against sterling.
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Dollar clings to gains as bets on further Fed hikes firm

By Tom Westbrook SYDNEY, Oct 6 (Reuters) - The dollar fought for a footing in choppy trade on Thursday, with support from upbeat U.S. data and hawkish policymaker comments, while the prospect of higher energy prices helped exporters' currencies and weighed on those of importers. The dollar rose 1% on the euro and 1.3% on sterling overnight and was trying to hold those gains in bumpy early trade in Asia.
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Dollar gains as investors see Fed stance likely unchanged; euro, sterling fall

(Updates to late New York trading) * Dollar gains * Sterling falls after rising for six sessions * NZ move dims hopes of slowdown in rate rises globally By Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK, Oct 5 (Reuters) - The dollar rebounded from recent weakness on Wednesday as investors viewed the U.S. Federal Reserve's aggressive stance on interest rates as likely unchanged, with the euro and sterling down at least 1% each.
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Canadian dollar slides on wave of U.S. dollar buying

* Canadian dollar weakens 0.7% against the greenback * Trades in a range of 1.3504 to 1.3695 * Canadian exports fall 2.9% in August * 10-year yield rises 14.9 basis points to 3.277% By Fergal Smith TORONTO, Oct 5 (Reuters) - The commodity-linked Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Wednesday as the greenback broadly climbed and domestic data showed exports falling in August, with the loonie losing ground despite higher oil prices.
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Dollar gains as U.S. stocks drop; euro, sterling fall

(Updates to early New York trading; changes dateline, previous LONDON) * Dollar gains * Sterling falls after rising for six sessions * NZ move dims hopes of slowdown in rate rises globally By Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK, Oct 5 (Reuters) - The dollar rebounded across the board on Wednesday as recent risk-on sentiment reversed and U.S. stocks dropped, with the euro and sterling down more than 1% each.
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C$ slides as RBNZ dashes central bank pivot hopes

* Canadian dollar weakens 0.9% against the greenback * Trades in a range of 1.3504 to 1.3640 * Canadian exports fall 2.9% in August * 10-year yield falls 5 basis points further below U.S. rate By Fergal Smith TORONTO, Oct 5 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar weakened against the greenback on Wednesday as the Reserve Bank of New Zealand's latest interest rate hike pushed back against the idea of a dovish shift among central banks and domestic data showed exports falling in August.
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Canada's exports fall in August on lower crude prices

(Updates with analyst comments) By Julie Gordon OTTAWA, Oct 5 (Reuters) - Canada's exports fell for the second straight month in August, largely driven by lower crude oil prices, with imports also declining, resulting in the smallest trade surplus of the year, Statistics Canada said on Wednesday. The country's trade surplus with the world narrowed to C$1.52 billion ($1.12 billion) in August, well below analyst forecasts of a surplus of C$3.45 billion, and down from a revised C$2.37 billion in Ju
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Dollar rebounds as global market rally fades

* Dollar rallies after sharp drop on Tuesday * Sterling falls after rising for six sessions * NZ move dims hopes of slowdown in rate rises globally By Harry Robertson LONDON, Oct 5 (Reuters) - The dollar rose on Wednesday, a day after suffering its biggest one-day drop in more than two years, as the excitement of the previous day's rally in stocks and risk-friendlier currencies wore off.
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Dollar rebounds as investors heed hawkish reminder from New Zealand

* Dollar rallies after sharp drop on Tuesday * RBNZ raises policy rate 50 bps * NZ move dims hopes of slowdown in rate rises globally By Tom Westbrook and Harry Robertson SYDNEY/LONDON, Oct 5 (Reuters) - The dollar rose on Wednesday, a day after suffering its biggest one-day drop in more than two years, as the excitement of the previous day's rally in stocks and risk friendlier currencies wore off.
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Dollar steadies as investors heed hawkish reminder from New Zealand

* RBNZ hikes policy rate 50 bps * NZ move dims hopes of slowdown in rate hikes globally * Kiwi jumps briefly, U.S. dollar finds traction By Tom Westbrook SYDNEY, Oct 5 (Reuters) - The dollar steadied on Wednesday after a sharp rate rise in New Zealand poured cold water over hopes for a pause or slowdown in the U.S. Federal Reserve's intentions for aggressive hikes.
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Dollar steadies as investors heed hawkish reminder from New Zealand

* RBNZ hikes policy rate 50 bps * NZ move dims hopes of slowdown in rate hikes globally * Kiwi jumps briefly, U.S. dollar finds traction By Tom Westbrook SYDNEY, Oct 5 (Reuters) - The dollar steadied on Wednesday after a sharp rate rise in New Zealand poured cold water over hopes for a pause or slowdown in the U.S. Federal Reserve's intentions for aggressive hikes.
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Dollar nurses pullback as traders glimpse rate peaks

* Euro testing parity; sterling surging * AUD above $0.65 * RBNZ decision eyed at 0100 GMT By Tom Westbrook SYDNEY, Oct 5 (Reuters) - The dollar nursed its biggest losses for years on Wednesday, after a dovish central bank surprise in Australia had investors wondering whether a peak is in sight for global interest rates. Overnight the U.S. dollar fell about 1.6% on the euro EUR=EBS to test parity at $0.9999 and 1.3% against sterling GBP=D3 to $1.1490. The U.S.
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C$ notches 11-day high as investors shed greenbacks

* Canadian dollar rises 0.8% against the greenback * Touches its strongest since Sept. 23 at 1.3504 * Price of U.S. oil rises by more than 3% * Canadian bond yields trade mixed across curve By Fergal Smith TORONTO, Oct 4 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar strengthened against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday, adding to sharp gains the day before, as the possibility of central banks shifting away from aggressive tightening led to profit-taking in the high-flying greenback.
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Dollar slides as U.S. yields ease; euro, sterling jump

(Updates to late New York trading) By Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK, Oct 4 (Reuters) - The dollar slid against most major currencies on Tuesday as the yield on the benchmark U.S. 10-year Treasury fell after Australia's central bank surprised investors with a smaller-than-expected interest rate hike, with the euro climbing more than 1%. The Australian dollar AUD=D3 was down 0.2% at $0.6503, dragged down after the move by the Reserve Bank of Australia, which said rates had increased substantially
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