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Stock markets in Europe caused a ripple effect across the Atlantic on Wednesday after concern grew over Greece’s debt.
Some of the oil industry’s heavyweights are warning that the current low prices could ultimately lead to surging prices in a few years time.
Grocery chain Metro has boosted profits by passing on higher food costs to customers.
A poll by Reuters suggests that the Canadian economy will not reach the levels that the Bank of Canada has predicted.
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Oil prices have boosted the Toronto Stock Exchange on Monday as concern over record-high Saudi output was mitigated with fewer US oil rigs and data showing a partial draw on US stockpiles.
Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz has given a strong hint that there will be no further interest rate cut in the near future.
The Economist says that Canada’s housing market is overvalued by up to 25 per cent.