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A new poll from CIBC shows that 65 per cent of Canadians are starting the New Year feeling confident of reaching their financial goals.
A British Columbia-based stock market tipster has been fined $4.3 million by the province’s regulators for enhancing the reputation of a number of stocks in return for payment.
A report from CIBC World Markets says that the Bank of Canada will benefit from the oil prices being lower as it will narrow the gap between Canada’s east and west.
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Trading continued thin for Friday but has ended positive on the Toronto Stock Exchange as healthcare led gains for 8 out of the 10 sectors.
The loonie is down around the 85 cents mark against the greenback and may fall further in coming months.
The last few weeks of 2014 saw a downturn in the growth of manufacturing at Canada’s factories.
Canada’s big banks are set for falling revenues and profits this year.
A range of economic issues in Russia are causing concern for some Canadian exporters.
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