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Cryptocurrencies aren’t financial state risk, but likely to be regulated: Carney

Despite the abuses of cryptocurrencies, they aren’t a risk because they’re still small and not connected to the financial system

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TSX closes with modest gain

Dow soars more than 290 points

Oil industry to return to profitability in 2018 after three years of losses

Industry revenues are forecast to increase by about 8% in 2018

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Scotiabank lowers Canadian GDP forecast

An expected rise in inflation will direct the Bank of Canada to follow a path to higher interest rates

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TMX Group sells stake in fixed-income index business

FTSE International consolidates ownership

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Energy stocks fail to lift TSX

U.S. markets pare recent gains

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Nearly half of existing mortgages face renewal in 2018: report

The increase in renewals comes as mortgage rates have been rising

Proposed U.S. capital rules likely neutral for GSIBs: Fitch

The proposed rules for big banks introduces a stress capital buffer and a stress leverage buffer

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Worldwide venture capital investment off to a strong start

The ride-hailing industry “attracted massive VC investment” in Q1 2018

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Highlights of the 2018 Saskatchewan budget

Rural policing cash, cuts to municipalities

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Energy sector lifts Toronto stocks

U.S. markets higher after Chinese president offers possible concessions on trade

Optimism in the Canadian economy for the coming year falls: poll

Canada is now a less competitive place to invest and do business compared to a year ago, senior executives say

CDCC introduces direct clearing for Canadian buy-side firms

HOOPP is the first buy-side participant to use the new platform

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Financial sector key to solving Canada’s productivity problem: report

Removing regulatory and policy obstacles would result in enhanced productivity

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TSX, Wall Street post gains after big losses Friday

Loonie gains ground

Rules to reshape U.K. asset management will boost compliance costs: Moody’s

The new rules aim to enhance transparency and protection for investors

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Firms still positive about future: BoC survey

Some companies see moderation ahead

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Broad decline weighs on TSX

Trade war worries hit U.S. stocks

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P.E.I. government tables balanced budget

The province’s economy is booming, finance minister says

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Canada adds more than 32,000 jobs in March

Jobless rate stays at record low 5.8%

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Banks, insurers face similar challenges

The impact of financial technology firms is growing

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North American stocks end higher

China-U.S. trade war worries ease; Loonie edges higher

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Trade deficit grows to $2.7 billion in February

Trade surplus with U.S. narrows

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TSX closes with modest loss

U.S. markets recover from early losses after Chinese tariff action

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Canadian sectors to watch as trade war between U.S. and China escalates

Prices for key industrial metals have already dipped