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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Canadian Dollar
  • Prev. Close: 1.2586
  • Bid/Ask: 1.2592 / 1.2595
  • Day's Range: 1.2584 - 1.2597
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USD/CAD 1.2593 +0.0007 +0.06%

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Get free historical data for USD CAD (US Dollar Canadian Dollar). You'll find the closing price, open, high, low, change and %change of the currency pair for the selected range of dates. The data can be viewed in daily, weekly or monthly time intervals. At the bottom of the table you'll find the currency pair data summary for the selected range of dates.
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06/20/2017 - 07/20/2017
 
Date Price Open High Low Change %
Jul 20, 2017 1.2594 1.2601 1.2640 1.2543 -0.10%
Jul 19, 2017 1.2606 1.2625 1.2654 1.2576 -0.17%
Jul 18, 2017 1.2628 1.2696 1.2703 1.2578 -0.55%
Jul 17, 2017 1.2698 1.2643 1.2701 1.2624 0.44%
Jul 14, 2017 1.2643 1.2719 1.2750 1.2640 -0.62%
Jul 13, 2017 1.2722 1.2748 1.2772 1.2718 -0.22%
Jul 12, 2017 1.2750 1.2913 1.2941 1.2682 -1.27%
Jul 11, 2017 1.2914 1.2889 1.2945 1.2882 0.18%
Jul 10, 2017 1.2891 1.2877 1.2934 1.2868 0.12%
Jul 07, 2017 1.2876 1.2976 1.2995 1.2857 -0.79%
Jul 06, 2017 1.2978 1.2955 1.2985 1.2921 0.16%
Jul 05, 2017 1.2957 1.2934 1.3016 1.2926 0.15%
Jul 04, 2017 1.2937 1.3005 1.3016 1.2910 -0.55%
Jul 03, 2017 1.3008 1.2964 1.3014 1.2962 0.33%
Jun 30, 2017 1.2965 1.3002 1.3014 1.2945 -0.30%
Jun 29, 2017 1.3004 1.3037 1.3044 1.2983 -0.27%
Jun 28, 2017 1.3039 1.3194 1.3199 1.3011 -1.21%
Jun 27, 2017 1.3199 1.3243 1.3262 1.3145 -0.33%
Jun 26, 2017 1.3243 1.3264 1.3273 1.3209 -0.18%
Jun 23, 2017 1.3267 1.3232 1.3309 1.3208 0.25%
Jun 22, 2017 1.3234 1.3332 1.3339 1.3205 -0.75%
Jun 21, 2017 1.3334 1.3266 1.3349 1.3261 0.51%
Jun 20, 2017 1.3267 1.3215 1.3287 1.3201 0.37%
Highest: 1.3349 Lowest: 1.2543 Difference: 0.0806 Average: 1.2946 Change %: -4.7208

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I will never forget this spike. ever!
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This seems really awkward to me to be honest. I'm just wondering if it's gonna drop even further.
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so if you think trump and his pals want a higher dollar you are wrong ...trump had an effect of the market without even trying but over all his words are dovish and since the effect of the election his done nothing but try to bring the dollar down and rightfully so it makes the USA more compeatable in these economic times where people want to pay less for more in order for them to be more profitable and spend less ...and so on i can keep going for ever about this
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He fired someone today didn't he?
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Do you think govmnt of Canada needs higher CAD?
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there is no reversal without taking all SL's both for bulls and bears  :-)
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they don't want a strong dollar ...people can't afford to buy American products with a high dollar and it hurts the economy and causes lose of jobs and moving companies to cheaper countries ...a low dollar is better for all ...the issue is as mush as they will like to drive it down they don't have full control of the dollar because the banks are independent entities and they manipulate the currency ...and so much more reason why it's hard to bring it down hard ...also when usd drops it gets bought alot which brings it back up so it's a war betwin trump and co and the independent not money people
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independent big money people ****
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