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World markets have shown a mixed performance so far Monday as regional concerns are in focus.
Ukrainian government forces and Russian separatists are fighting Monday as the weak ceasefire gave way to violence overnight.
Housing market and starts data together with the minutes of the Fed’s monetary policy committee should provide further clues this week as to the likelihood of the Fed to raise interest rates next month.
Weak prices and stocks in the resources sector have been driving the Toronto Stock Exchange’s main index lower this week but Friday’s session ended higher
The CPP slipped into the red in the second quarter with a small investment loss, but overall the plan is looking positive
Manufacturing sales rose 1.2 per cent to $50.8 billion in June, the second consecutive gain and the third increase since January 2015
The usual two markets dominated the gains in the price of homes in July according to the latest data from the Canadian Real Estate Association
World markets are focusing on three key factors Friday.
Oil prices have reached a new 6-year low, down to $41.92 during Thursday’s session, the lowest intraday point for 6 years and in stark contrast to the circa $100 of a year ago.
Data from the Eurozone shows weakness continues to be an underlying problem for the region’s nations and is exacerbated by the volatile Chinese economy.