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World markets were cautious Tuesday ahead of tomorrow’s meeting by the Federal Reserve.
The global advertising industry is set to reach $524 billion during the World Cup, currently taking place in Brazil.
Russia’s Gazprom energy firm has caused concerns of a European gas supply shortage.
A new report by Employment and Social Development Canada says that Canadians are at no special competitive disadvantage from salary levels as wages are in line overall with those in the US.
US medical device manufacturer Medtronic, based in Minneapolis, has agreed a deal to buy Covidien PLC for $42 billion.
Stock markets in Asia were mostly down Monday as the Iraq unrest continues to push oil prices up, Europe was braced for energy supply issues and markets await the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting on Wednesday.
Space tourism is predicted to be a boom business in the coming years and now Google is eyeing an investment in Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic.
The Bank of England is to be given powers to restrict the income-to-lending ratio of mortgages.
The Bank of Montreal has released analysis which predicts some tough times ahead for the housing market.
US stocks were lower on Thursday after lower-than-hoped figures on retail sales, higher claims of unemployment benefit and the ongoing uncertainty over Iraq.