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Canadian CEOs more bullish on their ability to grow their businesses: survey

Business leaders keen to adapt to technological advancements that are disrupting many industries

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Five things to watch for in Canadian business

Banks set to report Q2 earnings

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TSX continues streak of gains

U.S. stock markets finish mixed

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Annual inflation cools to 2.2%

Core measure above 2% for first time in six years

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Energy stocks lift TSX

Loonie rises, U.S. stocks down

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CPP Fund posts 11.6% return in fiscal 2018

The main driver of growth was last year’s stock markets surge

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HSBC discounts variable mortgage rates as competition intensifies

The moves come amid slowing mortgage growth

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Commodity stocks boost TSX

Loonie moves higher

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Canada named the third top investment destination by global executives

This is the highest ranking Canada has achieved in EY’s Capital Confidence Barometer

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Federal budget bill quietly proposes tool to ease penalties for corporate crime

The legislation lists 31 qualifying offences, including bribery of a foreign public official, municipal corruption, fraud, theft, forgery and insider trading

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TSX posts modest gain

Dow tumbles more than 190 points

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Winnipeg Commodity Exchange’s last trading function moving to New York

The WCE was the first North American commodity exchange to shift to all-electronic trading

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TSX, New York markets up in broad-based advance

Energy prices rise; trade fears ease

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CME Group and Crypto Facilities introduce ether reference rate and real time index

New benchmark offers cryptocurrency price transparency

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TSX edges higher to end the week

U.S. stock markets were mixed and the loonie dropped slightly

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More diversity at policy table is key in modern economy: Carolyn Wilkins

Central bank No. 2’s comments on gender diversity come after Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz spoke in March about strategies to boost female workforce…

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Blockchain-based securities clearing and settlement tested successfully

Project Jasper demonstrates possibility of executing post-trade settlement on a blockchain platform, which could reduce counterparty risk and free up collateral

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Wages rise as job numbers see slight decline in April

The unemployment rate remained at 5.8% as the economy posted a net loss of 1,100 jobs during the month

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Materials sector helps lift TSX

Loonie climbs above US78¢

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Bank of Canada raises key metric used to determine mortgage eligibility

The central bank qualifying rate is separate from the actual mortgage rates offered by banks to borrowers, but is used to assess homebuyers who are…

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TSX ends higher as price of oil surges more than 3%

Dow closes with triple-digit gain

Canadian M&A activity off to a strong start in Q1

Conditions likely to remain positive in the near to medium term

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TSX moves higher

New York finished mixed

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Mortgage rate increases at Big Six banks could trigger rise in qualifying rate

The Bank of Canada uses the posted five-year fixed mortgage rates at Canada’s biggest banks to calculate the rate used in stress tests