TORONTO (Reuters) – The Canadian dollar was flat against its U.S. counterpart about Friday because investors waited for the resumption of talks inside Washington to avoid a fiscal crisis plus currency players squared positions for year-end plus month-end balances. World shares sagged as well as the dollar climbed because U.S. President Barack Obama plus lawmakers were set to have a last round of talks before a New Year's deadline to reach a deal plus avoid huge taxes hikes plus spending cuts which may drag the economy, plus others all over the world, into recession. …
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