A history of the Canadian dollar / by James Powell. : FB2-14/1999E

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The book chronicles the ups and downs of the Canadian dollar through the years. It describes our dollar's relationship with its U.S. counterpart and the factors that led Canada to move from the gold standard in the 1920s, to a pegged exchange rate in the 1960s, and, ultimately, to a flexible exchange rate regime in 1970.--Back of the book

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Publication information
Department/Agency Bank of Canada.
Title A history of the Canadian dollar / by James Powell.
Publication type Monograph
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Paper
Other formats Electronic-[English]
Note(s) "The book chronicles the ups and downs of the Canadian dollar through the years. It describes our dollar's relationship with its U.S. counterpart and the factors that led Canada to move from the gold standard in the 1920s, to a pegged exchange rate in the 1960s, and, ultimately, to a flexible exchange rate regime in 1970."--Back of the book.
Bibliography.
Publishing information Ottawa - Ontario : Bank of Canada 1999.
Binding Softcover
Description iv, 67p. : coloured illus., graphs ; 15 cm.
ISBN 0-662-28123-3
Catalogue number
  • FB2-14/1999E
Subject terms Currency
History
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