CANADA Fx Personal debt-Canadian dollar holds near 3-1/2-yr high as commodities climb

(Adds information during, updates selling prices) * Loonie trades in a vary of 1.2079 to

 (Adds information during, updates selling prices)
    * Loonie trades in a vary of 1.2079 to 1.2125
    * Price of U.S. oil settles .6% increased
    * Canada sells $3.5 billion of a 5-yr U.S. greenback global
bond 
    * Canadian 10-calendar year generate touches a six-day higher at 1.551%

    TORONTO, Might 11 (Reuters) - The Canadian greenback steadied
versus its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday, keeping in close proximity to its
strongest degree in 3-1/2 several years as bigger commodity rates additional
to investors' problems about the outlook for inflation.
    U.S. shares fell as speculation that increasing inflation
stress could prompt fascination fee hikes faster fairly than
later dragged on shares.             
    Canada is a big producer of commodities, such as oil.
U.S. crude oil futures        settled .6% greater at $65.28,
bolstered by lingering fears of gasoline shortages owing to an
outage at the biggest U.S. gasoline pipeline method just after a
cyberattack.             
    The Canadian greenback        was trading almost unchanged at
1.2092 to the greenback, or 82.70 U.S. cents, having traded in a
array of 1.2079 to 1.2125.
    On Monday, it touched its strongest degree due to the fact September
2017 at 1.2074, helped by the Bank of Canada's shift last month
to a a lot more hawkish stance. BoC Governor Tiff Macklem is due to
discuss on Thursday on "the benefits of an inclusive economy."
    Canada has tapped an global bond marketplace for the initially
time since before the coronavirus disaster, selling $3.5 billion
of a 5-12 months U.S. greenback international bond in a transfer that could pad its
international trade reserves, a term sheet showed.             
    Canadian federal government bond yields were higher throughout the
curve, monitoring the move in U.S. Treasuries. The 10-yr
            rose to its optimum level due to the fact last Wednesday at
1.551% ahead of dipping to 1.541%, up 2.3 basis details on the day.
    

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