TORONTO, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Canada's dollar eased slightly on Tuesday afternoon after Prime Minister Stephen Harper said the strength in the currency, which earlier hit a 14-month high, is a concern.
The Canadian dollar fell as low as C$1.0358 to the U.S. dollar, or 96.54 U.S. cents, after Harper's comments to reporters. It had been trading around C$1.0336 to the U.S. dollar, or 96.75 U.S. cents, before the comments. [ID:nOTW002440] (Reporting by Frank Pingue; editing by Rob Wilson)
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