"Part of this is tied to worries about the virus," Rebecca Patterson, director of investment research at Bridgewater Associates tells Closing Bell, as she predicts how the dollar might close against other currencies at the end of this year.
DoubleLine Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach told CNBC on Thursday that "the dollar is going to fall pretty substantially."
Doubleline CEO Jeffrey Gundlach comments on what he sees for the dollar over the next few years, saying he believes it will fall pretty substantially.
Kathy Jones from Charles Schwab talks about the U.S. bond market and the dollar, saying a lot of market readjustments may have already taken place as investors prepare for the second half of the trading year.
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Alberta ranchers hit hard during the pandemic last year are now dealing with drought conditions that are devastating vital grazing land and taking both a financial and emotional toll.
The umbrella organization for Canada's securities regulators says it plans to merge the regulatory bodies that oversee investment dealers and mutual fund dealers into one new organization, a move praised by both watchdog groups.
J. Allen Brack, the president of Activision's Blizzard Entertainment, is stepping down weeks after the video game company was hit with a discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuit in California as well as backlash from employees over the work environment.
While pandemic job losses linger in the economy, some companies are struggling to find employees. A review of popular job listing sites in Canada showed companies ranging from retailing giant Amazon to small, local enterprises are offering signing bonuses to lure workers to jobs like delivery drivers or hair stylists.
After racking up debt in 2020, the Canadian oilpatch is enjoying a rebound so far this year as major oil producers are gushing profits as oil prices are near a seven-year high. This week, many energy companies based in Calgary unveiled their latest earnings reports and for the second straight quarter, the industry showed hefty profits.