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# CAN\$/US\$ exchange rate lookup

This tool lets you search for specific CAN\$/US\$ exchange rate values 1. It can indicate when the rate was at a given level, when it changed by a given amount, and what the highest and lowest values were during a given period.

High/low by date:

What were the highest and lowest CAN\$/US\$ rates during the following period?

Start (or single date) to

Date Format: yyyy-mm-dd

When was the CAN\$/US\$ rate last:

Enter a number, 1 to 4 decimal places (valid range: 0.6179 to 1.1030)

Select this to obtain less precise matches.

Help

Rounding Option:
These series contain four decimal places (e.g., 0.8467.). However, people often think of exchange rates in terms of two decimal places. For example, it is common to say "The dollar closed at 85 cents", even though the actual rate was probably not 0.8500 — it was likely a little higher or lower.

To find "imprecise" matches of this kind:

1. enter a value with two decimal places — for example, 0.85
2. select the Round up/down option

This will return results that are close to the amount you have entered.

For example, these results were returned on 4 November 2005:

EXAMPLE 1: When did the rate last = 0.85?
Amount entered: Result returned:
0.85 1992-02-10 = \$0.8500 (noon)
0.85 (Round up/down selected) 2005-11-04 = \$0.8467 (noon)
EXAMPLE 2: When was the rate last > 0.85?
Amount entered: Result returned:
0.85 2005-10-27 = \$0.8549 US (noon)
0.85 (Round up/down selected) 2005-10-03 = \$0.8577 US (noon)
When did the CAN\$/US\$ rate last change by an amount:

Enter a positive or negative number, 2 to 4 decimal places (valid range: -0.0448 to 0.0439)

Select this to obtain less precise matches.

Help

Rounding Option:
These series contain four decimal places (e.g., 0.8467.). However, people often think of exchange rates in terms of two decimal places. For example, it is common to say "The dollar closed at 85 cents", even though the actual rate was probably not 0.8500 — it was likely a little higher or lower.

To find "imprecise" matches of this kind:

1. enter a value with two decimal places — for example, 0.85
2. select the Round up/down option

This will return results that are close to the amount you have entered.

For example, these results were returned on 4 November 2005:

EXAMPLE 1: When did the rate last = 0.85?
Amount entered: Result returned:
0.85 1992-02-10 = \$0.8500 (noon)
0.85 (Round up/down selected) 2005-11-04 = \$0.8467 (noon)
EXAMPLE 2: When was the rate last > 0.85?
Amount entered: Result returned:
0.85 2005-10-27 = \$0.8549 US (noon)
0.85 (Round up/down selected) 2005-10-03 = \$0.8577 US (noon)

Important Note

Description:
This tool searches through four US exchange rate series.

US dollar (noon): as measured at noon as measured at the close of the day highest level during a given day ("intraday high"), from 08:00 (ET) to 16:00 (ET) lowest level during a given day ("intraday low"), from 08:00 (ET) to 16:00 (ET)

If you search for a specific level or change, you will see results returned for all four of these series. The high/low search returns results for the intraday high and intraday low.