23.10.2008 - Canada: Currency swept up in commodities crash
From Financialpost.com: The Canadian dollar plunged another US2.69 cents Wednesday, the victim of a global commodities crash that is leaving an ever-widening trail of destruction in its wake. While the credit crisis has left the global banking system teetering and the stock market crash has crushed investor portfolios, the slide in commodity prices is having even more far-reaching effects on everything from currencies, to government balance sheets, to geopolitics..... Full Article: Source