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Foirex Market news - CANADA FX DEBT-C$ slips on Europe woes, weak commodities (RTRS)

 

5:16pm EDT
   * C$ falls to close at C$1.0317 to US$, or 96.93 U.S. cents
 * On the week C$ rises 1.2 percent against US$
 * Euro zone concerns add to risk aversion
 * CRB commodities index hits 3-month low
 * Bond prices higher across the curve
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 By Claire Sibonney
 TORONTO, May 14 (Reuters) - Canada's dollar fell to its
lowest level of the week against the U.S. dollar on Friday as
festering worries that euro zone austerity measures could
hamper economic recovery spoiled appetite for riskier assets.
 The currency <CAD=D4> at one point dropped more than 1.5
U.S. cents to touch a low of C$1.0379 to the U.S. dollar, or
96.35 U.S. cents, as stock markets from London to Japan
tumbled, sending investors to safe-haven investments such as
government bonds and the U.S. currency. [MKT/GLOB] [FRX/]
[GOL/]
 The Reuters-Jefferies CRB index <.CRB>, a global
commodities benchmark, hit three-month lows as prices for oil
and metals plunged, weighing heavily on Canada's
resource-linked currency. [ID:nWEN4760]
 Optimistic U.S. economic data including rising retail sales
and industrial production, as well as expectation-beating
Canadian manufacturing sales went largely unnoticed.
[ID:nN14138390] [ID:nN14446129]
 "Basically all Europe all the time...the data were strong
and encouraging that the North American recovery is still
grinding along but obviously the market has got an even bigger
issue on its mind now," said Doug Porter, deputy chief
economist at BMO Capital Markets.
 Porter added that investors are still digesting both the
good and bad news of a $1 trillion emergency aid deal aimed at
preventing Greece's debt crisis from spreading -- a move that
initially spurred riskier assets, including the Canadian
dollar, to rally at the start of the week.
 "At the end of the day no matter what fixes the Europeans
can put together, they still have an enormous fiscal issue that
they've got to come to terms with and that's going to equal
very slow growth in the years ahead," he said.
 The Canadian dollar <CAD=D4> finished the North American
session at C$1.0317 to the U.S. dollar, or 96.93 U.S. cents,
down from C$1.0205 to the U.S. dollar, or 97.99 U.S. cents, at
Thursday's close.
 "I think, at the moment, it's just uncertainty," said
Jacqui Douglas, currency strategist at TD Securities.
 "No one really knows what's going to happen. No one knows
if there's going to have to be any sort of restructuring or any
kind default. That's just the greatest fear right now."
 Still, the Canadian dollar was 1.2 percent higher versus
the greenback on the week and held near multiyear highs against
the euro and sterling.
 Porter said the outlook for the currency remains bullish.
 "Our view is that the Canadian dollar will begin to
strengthen again when the markets calm down a bit about the
European situation," he added.
 "It could be a rough go for the next week or two but
looking further out we think the Canadian dollar will regain
its equilibrium and begin to rise again."
 BONDS RALLY
 Canadian bond prices jumped across the curve, following
U.S. Treasury issues, as persistent worries over the euro
zone's debt crisis led investors to ditch stocks for the safer
harbor of government debt. [US/]
 The two-year government bond <CA2YT=RR> climbed 21 Canadian
cents to C$99.35 to yield 1.826 percent, while the 10-year bond
<CA10YT=RR> surged 56 Canadian cents to C$100.51 to yield 3.440
percent.
 Canadian bonds outperformed their U.S. counterparts at the
short end of the curve, but lagged at the long end. The
Canadian 10-year bond yield was 2 basis points below the U.S.
10-year yield, compared with 3.1 basis points below on
Thursday.
 "It's become a lot closer call again on whether the Bank of
Canada will be willing to tighten (monetary policy) amid this
turbulence we're seeing in financial markets," Porter said.
 Bond prices tend to fall when interest rates go up as their
low-yielding fixed payments seem less lucrative compared with
rising yields on other investments and vice versa.
 "It's not obvious. Most forecasters out there are still
clinging to the view, including us, that the bank will start to
raise rates in June but the debate has not ended by any
means."
 Looking further out, Porter said: "Typically the go-to area
in times of stress is the U.S. Treasury market and as so often
happens during flight to safety, the long end in the U.S.
market will benefit the most."
 (Additional reporting by Jennifer Kwan; editing by Peter
Galloway)

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