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TSX flirts with correction territory, posts worst week since 2008

The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 454.39 points on Friday

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Economic growth slowed to 0.3% in Q4: StatsCan

As a result, the central bank could cut its trendsetting rate next week

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Trading halted early on Toronto Stock Exchange on technical issue as markets fall

The TSX was down 1.9% by the time the market closed

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Speculative-grade defaults to diminish: Moody’s

The rating agency sees Canada's default rate declining amid stronger corporate liquidity

TSX gains in 2020 wiped away after fourth triple digit decline in a row

S&P/TSX composite index closed down 135.45 points on Wednesday

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Softer stress tests could stoke risks: Fitch

A new report suggests that easing housing market curbs could boost banks' credit risks

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Coronavirus could prompt coordinated rate cuts

Flu pandemics are a better comparison for COVID-19 than SARS, a CIBC report says

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TSX has worst day since 2015 in bloodbath on concerns about coronavirus

The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 2.2% on Tuesday

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Money makes people squirm almost as much as sex, politics and religion

Discussing finances can be cringeworthy for many, according to an FP Canada survey

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Corporate Canada enjoyed record profits in 2019

The financial sector saw a double-digit profit surge in Q4

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U.S. markets suffer worst day in two years on coronavirus concerns

The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 280.79 points on Monday

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Asset manager marriage faces trials: Moody’s

Franklin/Legg Mason deal to create industry giant carries integration risk

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Kickstarting Canada’s green bond market

Demand for sustainability is high, but Canada's green bond market is limited

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Median household income was flat in 2018, StatsCan reports

The number of seniors living in poverty has declined slightly

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Big Six banks well armed to face shocks: DBRS

Banks have bolstered funding and liquidity positions in the wake of 2008's global financial meltdown

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Retail sales grow at slowest pace in a decade

StatsCan reports last year’s growth in retail sales was the slowest since the financial crisis

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Auditing issues remain rampant

A global survey finds that inspection findings are elevated, but declining

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TSX up slightly and U.S. markets fall on new coronavirus concerns

S&P/TSX composite index closed up 18.70 points

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Corporate Canada’s zombie apocalypse

Undead firms undermine growth but aren't a systemic risk

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Central and Eastern Canada see the largest gains in home prices

Prices have increased by 5.2% in Eastern Canada over the past 12 months

  • By: IE Staff
  • February 20, 2020 February 20, 2020
  • 13:25
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TSX sets new record high on rally led by energy and materials

U.S. markets were also up on Wednesday

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Attack of the pricey tomatoes: inflation hits 2.4% in January

Inclement weather led to a 10.8% spike in the price of tomatoes

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Wall Street giants spending big on tech

Firms' IT spending continues rising to keep up with fintechs and rivals

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Survey finds women aren’t relying on partners to support them in retirement

Whether they’re married or single, women are largely relying on their own devices to see them through retirement

  • By: IE Staff
  • February 19, 2020 February 19, 2020
  • 11:29
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Higher gold prices prevent Toronto stock market from slipping into red

S&P/TSX composite index closed up 9.98 points on Tuesday