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The Canadian dollar – battered by the oil collapse and U.S. rate hike – has dropped nearly 17 per cent against the U.S. dollar this year. It's been an even worse 2015 for the currencies of Brazil and South Africa. The Brazilian real has plunged nearly 32 per cent against the greenback, while the South African rand is down 24 per cent, as of Thursday's close.