50 Canadian dollars and Bank of Montreal, one of the country's biggest five banks, went up 0.
What does C$ stand for?
C$ stands for Canadian Dollars
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The package loans three billion Canadian dollars (2.
Reilly further stated, "In addition to the loss in gross profits, the weak Canadian dollar also resulted in a non-cash foreign exchange loss from translating the company's Canadian subsidiary's United States dollar loan into Canadian dollars of $435,000 in the first six months of fiscal 1993, as compared with $117,000 in the first six months of fiscal 1992.
dollars into Canadian dollars at an average exchange rate of 1.
The costs were original estimated at 179 million Canadian dollars, but an additional 654 million Canadian dollars was requested Tuesday, for a total of 833 million Canadian dollars (780 million US).
based renewable power projects, which is mainly in the form of a loan denominated in Canadian dollars, thereby shielding the Fund from currency exchange rate risk.
A televised fundraising drive in Canada featuring Celine Dion and other local stars raised more than 16 million Canadian dollars (15.
CDS) that, for the first time, supports the processing and settlement of transactions in Canadian dollars at The Depository Trust Company (DTC), a DTCC subsidiary.