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This morning’s news from the European Central Bank is that inflation held steady in June.
Global stocks have been trading up so far on Monday as investors bet on a week of more positive data.
Seattle based Amazon are being accused of ‘bullying’ tactics by publishers in the UK.
Canada’s Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions’ deputy superintendant has told a housing conference that lenders are more exposed now than they were a decade ago; just a few years before the crisis hit.
The long running investigation into BNP Paribas is expected to conclude with an admission of guilt and an $8.9 billion fine early next week.
German banking and financial giant, Deutschebank has predicted that global growth will be slower than it had predicted a few months ago.
The dollar looks like ending down for the second week, after some poor US data releases against some gains for other major currencies.
US stocks ended Thursday lower following more disappointing date, this time on consumer spending; growth of 0.2 per cent in May – half what was expected.
Despite some positive economic markers and the reassurances from economists and Joe Oliver, Canadians confidence is at a low.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has set out plans to further boost his country’s economy.