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Canadian dollar: Purchasing power parity points to 85-86 cents

Clément Gignac, Senior Vice-President and Chief Economist

 

The Canadian dollar went from parity to 90 cents in 2013. The change of tone from the Bank of Canada could push it down even further to 85-86 cents.

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Clément Gignac

Clément Gignac is Senior Vice-President and Chief Economist at iA Financial Group. He serves as the company’s spokesperson on economic matters.

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Clément Gignac

Clément Gignac
Senior Vice-President and Chief Economist
clement.gignac@ia.ca

Sébastien Mc Mahon

Sébastien Mc Mahon
Senior Portfolio Manager, Diversified Funds and Economist
sebastien.mcmahon@ia.ca
418-684-5000, ext. 107971

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