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11 a.m. ET Wednesday: The Cdn dollar is trading at 93.55 cents US, down 0.36 of a cent

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TORONTO - The Canadian dollar is trading at 93.55 cents US this morning, down 0.36 of a cent from Tuesday's close.

The U.S. dollar is trading at 106.89 cents Cdn, up 0.40 of a cent.

Pound sterling was C$1.7480, up 0.24 of a cent and US$1.6350, down 0.42 of a cent.

The euro was at C$1.4490, up 0.17 of a cent.

Quotations provided by the BMO Capital Markets.

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