Before the Brexit transition period ends, chief negotiators from the United Kingdom and European Union are working towards a trade deal that will finally end their five-year crisis. As markets stand-by for more information in the coming weeks, there has been a limited economic movement from GBP.
English and French are both Canada’s official languages. Being able to speak at least one of them makes settling in Canada a much easier process. Luckily, the Canadian government works with not-for-profits to provide newcomers with free English classes for people of all English levels.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic forced everyone into quarantine this March, businesses have shifted to online platforms, creating a new environment for virtual meetings across the globe. This month the video communications company Zoom began supporting the Indian Rupee, allowing the country’s users to purchase plans and add-ons with their local currency.
Immigration is pivotal to Canadian housing and since March there have been heavy declines in the market. Permanent residents and newly landed immigrants are all impacted by COVID-19, and the effects are now spilling over to the economic health of the housing market.
1 CAD is trading against GBP at 0.58 today, a long-term increase of sterling is expected as next month’s Brexit deal is still a possibility. At the highest currency rate in over six weeks, Bloomberg reported that “trade talks between the UK and European Union are on the verge of resuming” as negotiators are hoping to settle on a deal by mid-November.
Unless it is designed to be an international credit card, your credit card from your country of origin might come with hefty fees if you use it in Canada. That’s why you need to get a Canadian credit card or an international one that works in Canada without international fees.
By adding different languages to our site, we hope to be able to reach and help a larger group of people in the world. We will be continuously adding new language options to make sending money abroad much easier for everyone.
1 CAD is still trading against USD at a rate of 0.76 as the week progresses, which has increased by 10% since March when the exchange rate was 0.69. The US dollar is losing ground against a broad basket of currencies during this presidential election.
1 CAD is trading against the Philippine Peso at 36.83 this week and the rate is forecasted to decrease slightly going into next. The exchange rate is expected to drop from 36.83 to 34.98 with a YTD return of -5.12% despite the fact that PHP has been stagnating over the last year.
Many young people come to Canada for post-secondary education on a student visa. Naturally, it is common for students to want to work so that they have a little spending money. In this post, we will cover the rules and restrictions for employment under a Canadian student visa. We will take a close look at rules for working both on and off-campus and what students should do if they want to find employment in Canada after they graduate.
The Canadian dollar’s exchange rate is 55.65 against INR with a long-term increase expected as the month ends. CAD sits at 0.76 against USD, starting this week off with a hopeful and stable forecast for the Canadian dollar.