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Canada’s brokerage industry regulator has fined Scotia Capital $500,000 over a breach of rules concerning eligibility of investors to participate in certain offerings
The pace of house building slowed in July according to new figures from the CMHC.
Canada’s businesses believe that the worst of the downturn is behind us, including the most severe impact of the oil price rout.
China has devalued its currency following weak trade data over the last few days.
The strength of the US dollar following the devaluation of the yuan has punished mining and oil prices.
It’s been a long time coming but Greece has finally agreed a new bailout agreement.
Second quarter GDP figures for Singapore show a contraction for the city-state of 4.0 per cent, although it has beaten official estimates of 4.6 per cent decline.
It was one of the trending topics on social media late Monday; Google is now part of a new holding company called Alphabet.
Price gains for oil, gold and other resources has given the Toronto Stock Exchange’s main index a triple-digit gain Monday.
The markets may have received a lift from rebounding oil prices so far this week but the long-term forecast is less optimistic