A larger-than-expected rise in housing starts helped push the Canadian dollar to a six-week high against its US counterpart. The Loonie touched C$1.0257 on news that the number of housing starts increased 6.1 percent to a seasonally-adjusted 196,700 units in February, beating expectations of 190,000 new starts.
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