Canadian Dollar, the currency of Canada
Canadian dollar (code: CAD) is normally abbreviated with the dollar sign $, or C$ to distinguish it from other dollar-denominated currencies. It is divided into 100 cents. As of 2007, the Canadian dollar was the 7th most traded currency in the world. A number of central banks (and commercial banks) keep Canadian dollars as a reserve currency. The Canadian dollar is considered to be a benchmark currency. In the economy of the Americas the Canadian dollar plays a similar role to that which the Australian Dollar (AUD) does in the Asia-Pacific region.
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| || USD|| EUR|| GBP|| JPY|| CAD|| AUD|| CHF|| RUB|| CNY|| ZAR|| MXN|
|1 CAD =||0.96870||0.72616||0.61959||94.4230||1.00000||1.05584||0.89710||31.8684||5.92360||9.68978||12.4473|
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