Quick Conversions from United States Dollar to Canadian Dollar : 1 USD = 1.31792 CAD
|$ 100 USD||C$ 131.79 CAD|
|$ 250 USD||C$ 329.48 CAD|
|$ 500 USD||C$ 658.96 CAD|
|$ 1,000 USD||C$ 1,317.92 CAD|
Also, what is a strong currency?
A: The terms weak dollar and strong dollar are generalizations used in the foreign exchange market to describe the relative value and strength of the U.S. dollar against other currencies. The terms "strong," "weak," "strengthening" and "weakening" are interchangeable for any currency.
When was the Canadian dollar higher than American?
The Canadian dollar returned to a fixed exchange rate regime in 1962 when its value was set at US$0.925, where it remained until 1970. As an inflation-fighting measure, the Canadian dollar was allowed to float in 1970. Its value appreciated and it was worth more than the U.S. dollar for part of the 1970s.
What does it mean to have a strong dollar?
strong dollar - Investment & Finance Definition. A situation in which the U.S. dollar can be exchanged for a relatively large amount of another currency. A strong dollar makes exports relatively expensive because foreign purchasers have to pay more, in their currency, for the goods.