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Retirement reform required, report says

The paper aims to launch debate on the growing retirement challenge

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High cost of living creates potential for retirement funding shortfall

A recent survey found that nearly half of Canadians have delayed saving for their retirement

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Canadian insolvencies at highest level in 10 years

Seniors have the highest share of mortgages in arrears, Scotiabank notes in a report

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North American stock markets move higher on fading concerns about virus impact

S&P/TSX composite index closed up 85.08 points on Monday

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It’s not you, it’s your debt: couples call it quits over finances

A survey found one third of respondents have ended or would end a relationship due to debt

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Global pension assets soaring again

Equity market gains have powered a surge in assets

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Global credits, investing under greater ESG influence: Moody’s

Climate change, sustainability and concerns about an aging population are looming larger

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Rising incomes don’t keep pace with growing expenses for insolvent debtors

A study finds insolvent debtors have fewer funds available to meet their obligations

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OECD sees steady growth

Leading indicators point to growth, but the impact of the coronavirus is unclear

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North American stock markets fall

Coronavirus concerns overshadowed job gains on Friday

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Statistics Canada says economy added 34,500 jobs in January, unemployment down

The job growth was powered by the goods-producing sector

  • By: Craig Wong
  • February 7, 2020 February 7, 2020
  • 11:39
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Global M&A cooled in Q4

North America saw sizeable declines in deal value and volume

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North American stock markets set record highs after Chinese cut tariffs in half

The S&P/TSX composite index had a record close of 17,757.49

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Homes became less affordable in Q4

But affordability in Vancouver improved for the fourth straight quarter

  • By: IE Staff
  • February 6, 2020 February 6, 2020
  • 15:40
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More people have RRSPs, says BMO

But the majority of Canadians still struggle to define their retirement goals

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ESG material to most investors: NBF survey

Asset valuation and asset allocation are the top uses for ESG research

Retail bank customers keen to receive advice digitally: study

BMO received the highest customer satisfaction marks in J.D. Power's survey

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After trailing market, factor ETFs may shine in a low-return environment

Experts at Inside ETFs in Florida broke down the strategies and the due diligence required

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Canadian ETFs start the decade strong

Twenty-five ETFs launched last month, with one new provider joining the market

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MSCI launches Climate VaR

The new metric aims to provide insight into climate-driven risks and opportunities

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North American stock markets surge on liquidity injection from central banks

S&P/TSX composite index closed up 132.97 points on Tuesday

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Coronavirus weighing on global outlook: DBRS

Early optimism has been dimmed by an array of downside risks

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Tighten rules on shadow banks, C.D. Howe says

Growth in the non-traditional sector heightens financial sector vulnerabilities

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Canadian households vulnerable: DBRS

Insolvencies rising amid higher debt loads, lower savings

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North American stock markets bounce back

Oil moved into a bear market territory on Monday