Loonie moves higher ahead of Christmas, deadline for U.S. to avoid fiscal cliff

Canadian Press, The Canadian Press
0 Comments| December 24, 2012


TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was up slightly on Monday morning as financial markets prepared for the Christmas holiday.

The loonie was at 100.77 cents US, up 0.11 of a cent shortly before markets opened. The currency will trade in a shortened session ending at 12 noon ET.

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