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Market instability comes at an inconvenient time for Canada’s financial industry: Don Pittis – Business

As Canada’s gross domestic product chalked up strong gains, a chat with an acquaintance this week reminded me that smart people don’t necessarily realize that financial markets and the economy are not…

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Fed leaves rates unchanged, sees inflation rising this year – Business

The Fed’s statement following a two-day policy meeting was the last under Fed Chair Janet Yellen. (Pablo Martinez Monsivais/Associated Press) The U.S. Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged on Wednesday…

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Thomson Reuters to partner with CPPIB, Blackstone and GIC in $25B deal – Business

Thomson Reuters Corp. has entered into a partnership agreement with a group including Canada’s largest pension fund to assume a 55 per cent equity stake in its financial and risk…

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Volkswagen faces new twist in emissions scandal as allegations of animal testing emerge – Business

German automaker Volkswagen is facing a new round of criticism after the company was found to have funded tests of its diesel engine emissions on captive monkeys as part of an attempt…

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U.S. Fed likely to hold rates steady at Yellen’s final meeting – Business

Janet Yellen’s final Federal Reserve policy meeting will likely bring an uneventful end this week to her four-year tenure as Federal Reserve chair but perhaps offer hints of the central bank’s…

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300,000 applications as Cape Breton market offers ‘land for jobs’ – Newfoundland & Labrador

Heather Coulombe says it was more of an act of desperation than a clever marketing ploy to offer land to job applicants. In the fall of 2016, the co-owner of…

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Congressmen ‘optimistic’ U.S. won’t scrap NAFTA – Politics

Congressmen participating in the NAFTA talks said the doomsday predictions surrounding the trade deal are unfounded.  Ten representatives from the Congressional Ways and Means subcommittee on trade were in Montreal for two…

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Canada’s luxury retail market takes off as brands flock to cities – Business

Whether you’re in the market for a new $2 million Swiss watch or just window shopping, it’s pretty hard to miss a new global luxury retailer setting up shop in one…

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10 senior U.S. Congressional leaders heading to Canada to check NAFTA progress – Politics

Influential U.S. lawmakers who could have the final say on the fate of NAFTA were travelling to Montreal Friday to get an update on negotiations. Ten members of the Congressional…

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Ottawa expects Bombardier to lose U.S. trade dispute: report – Business

Montreal-based planemaker Bombardier Inc. is expected to lose a hotly contested U.S. trade dispute this week, a federal government source told Reuters on Thursday, likely inflaming tensions between Ottawa and…

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