CANADA FX-C$ jumps to 1-month high after Canada, U.S. jobs data
TORONTO Dec 7 (Reuters) - Canada's dollar jumped to a one-month high against the U.S. dollar on Friday after both domestic and U.S. employment reports for November came in better than expected.
The currency touched C$0.9878 versus its U.S. counterpart, or $1.0124 , compared with C$0.9925, or $1.0076, immediately before the releases. It was Canadian dollar's strongest level since Nov. 7.
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