CANADA FX-Canadian dollar weakens after U.S. data
TORONTO, July 16 (Reuters) - Canada's dollar weakened to session low on Monday after data showed U.S. retail sales fell for a third straight month in June in a sign the economic recovery is flagging.
The Canadian dollar fell to C$1.0160 against the U.S. currency, or 98.43 U.S. cents, from around C$1.0154 just before the report's release.
Elsewhere, domestic data showed foreigners acquired a record C$26.11 billion of Canadian securities in May, fueled by the largest bond purchases in three years, Statistics Canada said on Monday.
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