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U.S. consumer inflation eased again to 6.5% in December

Prices down 0.1% month over month as cost of gas, used autos decline

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New term benchmarks in the works

Term CORRA to be available by Q3, but usage will be limited

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Federal tax credit for multi-generational home renos now available

The credit took effect on Jan. 1

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MFDA firms limited DSC fund sales well ahead of ban: report

Also, fewer advisors left the advisory channel as the ban's effects faded

  • By: IE Staff
  • January 11, 2023 January 11, 2023
  • 15:12
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Focus shifts to labour market in inflation fight

Central banks must contend with hot labour market but avoid overtightening

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Bank CEOs say higher credit requirements manageable

In December, OSFI raised banks' capital requirements by half a percentage point

Management-led group makes takeover bid for Canaccord Genuity

Special committee of board members has reservations about the offer

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Cooler hiring and milder pay gains could aid inflation fight

U.S. unemployment at 53-year low of 3.5%, wage growth at 4.6% in December

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Europe’s inflation slows again but cost of living still high

December rate of 9.2% down from 10.6% in October but energy prices up 25.7%

Labour market posts one last surprise for 2022, adds 104,000 jobs in December

Wages up 5.1%, unemployment rate at 5.0%


CIBC agrees to settle overtime class-action lawsuit, will pay $153M

A former teller initiated the case in 2007

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No compelling economic explanation for cryptoasset pricing, volatility: CFA Institute

Fiduciaries must explain the rationale for an investment, the professional organization said in a new report

  • By: IE Staff
  • January 4, 2023 January 4, 2023
  • 15:12
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Half of Canadian workers to seek new job in 2023 in hunt for better pay, perks: poll

Confidence in job market remains high among workers with in-demand skills

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Fed minutes: Officials cited strong hiring to justify hikes

Risks remained that inflation could stay higher than expected

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CIBC to appeal New York court liability ruling in Cerberus lawsuit

Bank expects to record $850-million after-tax provision in Q1

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FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried pleads not guilty to fraud

A tentative trial date of Oct. 2 has been set

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High costs challenge small businesses amid slower inflation

Three in four CFIB poll respondents said fuel, energy costs create hardship

  • By: IE Staff
  • December 29, 2022 December 29, 2022
  • 15:20
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Federal government posts $0.2 billion deficit for April to October period

Revenues up 17.6%, expenses down 15.6% from first seven months of 2021

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After a strong year for the economy, 2023 will be shaped by high interest rates

TD expects inflation will fall next year but no consensus on whether BoC will hike rates further

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An inflation measure watched by the Fed eases to 5.5%

U.S. personal consumption expenditures up 0.1% in November from October

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Canadian economy grew by 0.1% in October, Statistics Canada says

Gains in spectator sports, decline in mining, oil and gas


FTX founder Bankman-Fried makes first U.S. court appearance

The cryptocurrency entrepreneur was allowed $250-million bond and house arrest

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CWB Wealth seeks to win business-owner clients

The bank hopes the recent merger of its private wealth firms will allow them to stand out in a crowded marketplace


FTX founder agrees to extradition to U.S., attorney says

Bahamian authorities arrested Bankman-Fried last Monday at the request of the U.S. government