* Threat of bankruptcy looms on U.S. auto sector * C$ hit by risk aversion, session low at 79.72 U.S. cents * Bonds win safety bid as stock slump * BoC's Carney in focus, lecture at 1905 GMT (Updates with bond movement, additional comment) TORONTO, March 30 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar fell hard to a nearly two-week low against the U.S. currency on Monday morning, while bonds rallied, on renewed trouble in the U.S. auto sector. World stocks slumped on concerns General Motors ...
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