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Dow and S&P 500 hit record highs

TSX closes with solid gain

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Shareholder activists winning fewer proxy contests: report

Canadian activists have only won about half of this year’s proxy contests

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Canada an attractive market for U.S.-based PE investors

Consumer spending has been a strong driver of PE interest

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TSX sheds 46 points

Higher crude oil prices lift Canadian dollar

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No decline in provincial bond market liquidity: report

Trading activity in Alberta bonds has grown considerably in recent years

  • September 19, 2018 September 19, 2018
  • 15:00

Loans for green projects show lower risk of default

Research finds significant distinctions related to default and recovery rates between environmentally friendly and non-green projects

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Central banks’ interest rate increases carry great risk

Short-term interest rate tightening is likely to flatten the yield curve if not accompanied by expectations of higher future inflation

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Trade optimism drives TSX to largest daily gain since mid-July

U.S. markets post solid gains

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Stocks push higher in Toronto

U.S. markets fall on trade worries

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TD making headway with fintech: Moody’s

Canadian banks’ pursuit of multiple fintech strategies will diminish the likelihood of disruption

  • September 17, 2018 September 17, 2018
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Rising rates boost interest payments

Canadians paid $9 billion more in interest charges in 2017 than in 2016

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Five things to watch for in Canadian business

Inflation report coming Friday

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TSX posts modest gain

U.S. markets finish mixed

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Key household debt ratio rose in Q2

Canadians owed $1.69 in credit market debt for every dollar of household disposable income

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Another down day on the TSX

U.S. markets post solid gains

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Canada’s banks enjoy healthy growth in U.S. businesses

DBRS continues to expect strong results despite trade uncertainty

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Toronto stocks resume slump

Energy stocks fail to get lift from higher crude prices

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TSX records first daily gain of September

Dow posts triple-digit gain

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CIBC chief calls for clearer foreign investment rules, more competitive tax scheme

Canada should remove interprovincial trade barriers to drive economic growth

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Bank of England’s Carney extends term at helm to January 2020

The decision helps reduce one of the immediate uncertainties surrounding Brexit

  • By: Pan Pylas
  • September 11, 2018 September 11, 2018
  • 11:55

Corporate liquidity remains near record low: Moody’s

Downgrades of speculative-grade liquidity ratings slightly outnumbered upgrades in August

Annual pace of housing starts slowed in August: CMHC

The national trend continued to decline from the historical peak that was recorded in March

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TSX falls for seventh-straight day

New York markets end mixed

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Family-controlled companies beat broader market: report

New index tracks the performance of 43 family-controlled Canadian public companies

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Commercial real estate investments hit record high in Q2 2018

Investors are focusing on high-quality assets that are more reliable in the event of a downturn