Canadian coin prices rose in 2017, as the market’s appetite for new, valuable coins increased and demand for Canadian bonds grew.
Canadian bond values rose from $0.05 per share in February 2017 to $0,11 per share as of March 1.
The Canadian dollar is down about 25 per cent against the dollar since the Brexit vote, and is at $US2.17.
Canadian bond values also rose as bond yields increased.
In 2018, the Bank of Canada raised its key interest rate to 0.5 per cent, but has kept its key rate at 0 per cent since that time.
The bank expects rates to stay close to 1 per cent in 2019.
For more, see: Canadian bond yields fall as bond markets continue to recover