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Many years ago I had to model the U.S./Canadian exchange rate. I found that changes in the rate followed along fairly closely with changes in relative inflation, but I got a really great fit when I added a measure of commodity prices. High commodity prices (a broth of oil and metals)are very positive for the Loony. I have not run the numbers lately, but that old model feels good at the gut level.

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