CANADA Fx Personal debt-Canadian dollar holds near 3-1/2-12 months superior as commodities climb

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    * Loonie trades in a variety of 1.2079 to 1.2125
    * Value of U.S. oil settles .6% larger
    * Canada sells $3.5 billion of a 5-yr U.S. dollar world wide
bond 
    * Canadian 10-calendar year yield touches a 6-working day substantial at 1.551%

    TORONTO, May perhaps 11 (Reuters) - The Canadian greenback steadied
against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday, keeping around its
strongest level in 3-1/2 many years as increased commodity charges extra
to investors' worries about the outlook for inflation.
    U.S. stocks fell as speculation that mounting inflation
stress could prompt fascination amount hikes faster relatively than
afterwards dragged on shares.             
    Canada is a significant producer of commodities, including oil.
U.S. crude oil futures        settled .6% better at $65.28,
bolstered by lingering fears of gasoline shortages owing to an
outage at the greatest U.S. fuel pipeline method right after a
cyberattack.             
    The Canadian dollar        was trading approximately unchanged at
1.2092 to the buck, or 82.70 U.S. cents, possessing traded in a
selection of 1.2079 to 1.2125.
    On Monday, it touched its strongest degree because September
2017 at 1.2074, served by the Bank of Canada's shift final thirty day period
to a extra hawkish stance. BoC Governor Tiff Macklem is because of to
talk on Thursday on "the gains of an inclusive financial system."
    Canada has tapped an intercontinental bond sector for the 1st
time considering that prior to the coronavirus crisis, offering $3.5 billion
of a 5-calendar year U.S. greenback world-wide bond in a shift that could pad its
overseas exchange reserves, a phrase sheet showed.             
    Canadian authorities bond yields ended up larger across the
curve, tracking the go in U.S. Treasuries. The 10-year
            rose to its greatest degree considering that very last Wednesday at
1.551% ahead of dipping to 1.541%, up 2.3 basis factors on the day.
    

 (Reporting by Fergal Smith Editing by Jonathan Oatis and Peter
Cooney)