The Canadian dollar closed at a three-year high climbing to CA$0.9828 US dollars (US$1.0175) on Wednesday’s trading session. The “loonie” as the Canadian dollar is nick-named, was helped by rising commodity prices resulting in a gain of nearly one percent in the Toronto Stock Exchange’s S&P/TSX Composite Index.
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