A little bit of currency speculation anyone?
Has anyone noticed that the Canadian dollar seems to plunge every time we have a non-confidence motion scheduled in the House of Commons, then rises the following day, once Parliament lives to see another day? Seeing the dollar up by 0.8 cents on Wednesday drove this home for me.
It makes you wonder how many MPs and pundits have investments in the currency markets, and all the activity on their blackberries is really them selling off their Canadian dollar holdings the day before a non-confidence motion, then buying the dollar up again after the motion passes.
If I had money to burn, that's what I'd be doing! Recommend this Post