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Big year for U.S. securities class action settlements

US$3.5 billion in prospective settlement funds awaits court approval

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Trade deficit grows to $3.2 billion in December

Economists had expected a deficit of $2.2 billion, down from $2.7 billion in November

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DB pension plans gained further ground in 2017

Global equities continued to provide strong and stable returns

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Dow down more than 1,100 points

Global equity slump continues; TSX posts triple-digit loss

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Toronto, Wall Street markets tumble

The S&P/TSX composite index shed 4% on the week

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TSX down moderately amid oil price rally

U.S. markets flat; Canadian dollar edges higher

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Counting down the nickel

Without the nickel the quarter would become less relevant, leading to addition of a 20‑cent coin

Trade groups launch financial benchmark transition roadmap

The roadmap aims to provide a single point of reference

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Fewer megadeals in 2017

U.S. tax reform, uncertainty over NAFTA, and tech-driven disruption will impact Canadian M&A activity this year

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North American markets stop major slide

Oil prices and loonie gain ground

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U.S. investor optimism dims

More investors feeling bearish about a possible stock market correction

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Manufacturing helps boost GDP growth in November

Canada’s manufacturing sector gained 1.8%, the largest monthly increase since February 2014

U.S. banks report strong investment banking results

Capital markets continue to favour investment banking over trading

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CRA’s EFILE to re-open Feb. 26

The later opening puts added pressure on Canadians to get organized and file on time

  • By: IE Staff
  • January 31, 2018 January 31, 2018
  • 10:20
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Energy leads Toronto stocks lower

Loonie ticks higher; U.S. stocks plunge

Canadian non-financial companies’ refunding needs continue to climb: Moody’s

2022 is now the peak year for companies’ maturities

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TSX nose dives on oil and gold prices

Wall St. backs off recent record gains

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CLHIA urges feds to enhance retirement income security

There is an increasing need to convert retirement savings into guaranteed lifetime income streams

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Fixed-income investors don’t fear inflation: study

Investors expect to increase their allocations to core fixed-income portfolios

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TSX up modestly as Bombardier shares soar

Wall Street hits new record high

  • By: Craig Wong
  • January 26, 2018 January 26, 2018
  • 17:30
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Annual pace of inflation slows

Consumer price index up 1.9% in December

  • By: Craig Wong
  • January 26, 2018 January 26, 2018
  • 12:55
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Canadian dollar continues to rise

TSX slides lower

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Canaccord Genuity announces cannabis hire

Statistics Canada estimates the value of Canada’s cannabis production at $3 billion

Gasoline fuels November retail sales

Higher sales at gasoline stations and electronics and appliance stores

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TSX down despite oil price surge

Loonie jumps three-quarters of a cent against U.S. dollar