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1.584 +0.004    +0.25%
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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  Canada
  • Prev. Close: 1.580
  • Day's Range: 1.529 - 1.588
Canada 10Y 1.584 +0.004 +0.25%
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Prev. Close1.58
Price99.3
Coupon1.5
Day's Range1.529 - 1.588
Price Open99.62
Maturity Date01 JUN 2031
52 wk Range0.665 - 1.826
Price Range99.229 - 99.745
1-Year Change106.52%
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Canada 10-Year News


Canadian dollar stalls after Monday's big advance
Canadian dollar stalls after Monday's big advance By Reuters - Nov 10, 2020

By Saqib Iqbal Ahmed (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar fell against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday, retreating from the more than 2-year high hit in the previous session after a...

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Mark Alexander
Mark Alexander Nov 25, 2021 5:19AM ET
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heres the thing though, during COVID, Canada's GDP shrank as well as some of it's ability to pay off it's debt. Especially with Biden slashing the pipeline projects and many Canadians losing and/or quitting their jobs due to COVID stress and the ability to work from home. Rates rising are inevitable to pay off majority of that debt as Canadian buisnesses still have to follow strict COVID procedures. Majority of Canada's debt is in home mortgages, and many countries have stated enough issues with Canada's housing bubble with it being on the brink of a crash. Inflation will not help fight off Canada's debt problem. Interest rates will increase dramatically. The COVID bill has to be paid, and it won't be struggling Canadian homeowners able to front it. It will have to come from corporations and banks, which means slashing spending on projects and infrastructure, as well as more waves of bankruptcies and deflation. Thats why we have inflation right now, to fight deflation pressure.
Picaso Fish
Picaso_Fish Nov 19, 2021 8:16PM ET
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Imagine what would have happened if Canada didn't print stupid amounts of money in 2019,2020. The looney would be like 1.35USD and the economy would have collapsed. You need to understand that
Picaso Fish
Picaso_Fish Nov 19, 2021 8:15PM ET
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This site trading ecobomics, thinks canada's debt to gdp will fall to 109% from 120% by the end of 2023USA's is supposed to be 138% by the end of 2023. I guess it's more debt then I would like, but is it not True Canada is in better shape then Britian France, usa etc....
Adam Anderson
Adam Anderson Oct 30, 2021 9:55AM ET
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Yeah we are pretty much screwed....our political parties have lost their minds. The country will eventually split up if this nonsense continues. I never thought I would say that. But even I'm starting to believe it's possible.
Picaso Fish
Picaso_Fish Oct 30, 2021 9:55AM ET
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I would agree with you if we were not so dependent on the USA. Can you imagine what have happened if we didn't de value the loonie? I don't see an scenario where that is possible
Picaso Fish
Picaso_Fish Oct 30, 2021 9:55AM ET
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I just wish Canadians were intelligent enough for the people to actually discuss the issue. The business community would FREAK if stood pat
MI GI
MI GI Oct 29, 2021 11:41AM ET
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The BOC stopped QE? who else would be buying these worthless bonds? Canada is a financial disaster waiting to happen, just being propped up by lies and manipulation!
Picaso Fish
Picaso_Fish Oct 29, 2021 11:41AM ET
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Your out of touch, strictly looking at there debt, balance sheet etc..... Canada is looking pretty good. Expect the cdn dollar to slowly continue to make gains. Don't buy into right wing propaganda look at the facts. There lucky the conservatives did not get elected as they are not fiscally conservative.
Picaso Fish
Picaso_Fish Oct 29, 2021 11:41AM ET
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Canada is in good shape compared to most any other developed country. Except maybe iceland, sweeden? switizerland, I dunno but everyone looks bad compared to them.
Picaso Fish
Picaso_Fish Oct 29, 2021 11:41AM ET
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fyi bonds trade 24 / 7
Paul Barron
Paul Barron Sep 24, 2021 7:43AM ET
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Long usa short this garbage. Trudeau has spent more than all other prime ministers before him combined. Yes combined
Picaso Fish
Picaso_Fish Sep 24, 2021 7:43AM ET
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Arrogant and incorrect, in nominal terms sure but only an broke fool who doesn't understand business or markets would think something like that!
Picaso Fish
Picaso_Fish Sep 24, 2021 7:43AM ET
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the usa spent more then canada did
Picaso Fish
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fyi -- the conservative party under the leadership of erin O'Toole planned even larger budget deficits then the liberals. When asked how he would balance the budget, he claimed the budget would balance itself!Never forget the private sector likes and generally demands larger deficits. It ends up in there PnL and lowers there cost of labour.
Yann Olivier
Yann Olivier Sep 05, 2021 3:54AM ET
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salut
Matt Brackley
Matt Brackley Aug 12, 2021 11:44AM ET
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boc buying again I see lol...fascist economy
Matt Brackley
Matt Brackley Aug 03, 2021 1:24PM ET
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boc buying the sh17 outta this
Greg Reuel
Greg Reuel Dec 13, 2019 1:04PM ET
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where does investing. com get its prices for bonds? They're often wrong. I've checked with my CFD provider and the government's website. Neither backs up the data here.
Picaso Fish
Picaso_Fish Dec 13, 2019 1:04PM ET
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your probably looking at the 1 month or 2 month tbill. I typically look at the 10 yr, which is correct
Picaso Fish
Picaso_Fish Dec 13, 2019 1:04PM ET
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i just checked the bank of canada website the bond rates are correct on https://investing.com They match 10 yr 1.61 sounds right
Picaso Fish
Picaso_Fish Dec 13, 2019 1:04PM ET
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bonds trade 24 / 7 rates on boc website are updated daily fyi.... they look correct to me
Ronald Oliver
Ronald Oliver Dec 04, 2019 7:41PM ET
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The Canadian bond is showing some life.
Robert Merrill
Robert Merrill Jul 23, 2019 10:19AM ET
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alive for a while
Dan Br
Dan Br May 30, 2019 9:53AM ET
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Going up now - no rate cut coming...
AL EVANS
AL EVANS Mar 21, 2019 8:49AM ET
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Time to go, try usa for better return and stability
Isabell Darko
Isabell Darko Mar 21, 2019 8:49AM ET
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Which one? 30T bond?
Husin Kristal
HusinKristal Mar 09, 2019 2:15PM ET
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weak and bearish
Kathryn Tyler
Kathryn Tyler Apr 04, 2018 12:12AM ET
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When is going to be up?...for future knowledge
Carmit Rozner-Pelleg
Carmit Rozner-Pelleg Jun 18, 2017 7:32AM ET
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Up when?
Fi is
Fi is Mar 13, 2017 1:35PM ET
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Should we take long for long term?
 
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