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Canadian Dollar Bar Chart
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What is shown in the chart?
 
The bar chart in the top right corner shows the daily average rates of the Canadian Dollar with respect to the U.S. Dollar over the last two weeks. Changes to the most recent trading day are shown as green and red bars. A green bar indicates that today's rate has increased from the previous day (appreciaton of the Canadian Dollar against the US Dollar), while a red bar indicates a decline (depreciation of the Canadian Dollar against the US Dollar). The average rate for the day is always indicated by the blue line (at the top of a green bar or at the bottom of a red bar).
 
The bar chart is updated Monday through Friday (except on statutory Canadian holidays) as data become available late in the afternoon (around 1:45pm Pacific, or 4:45pm Eastern).
 
USD-CAD Two-Week Bar Chart

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