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A fun idea for Friday: “Driverless cars could cripple police budgets.”
Wealth management fees represented a big driver of profits at Royal Bank of Canada during the second quarter.
China continues to announce changes to its domestic financial markets.
As the Ontario election campaign unfolds Abacus Data poll has found that: “...clearly jobs and the economy [are] the key ballot issue for this election.”
In other inflation news: The cold winter will see Ontario customers of Enbridge paying more over the next couple of years for this past winter.
In other inflation news: Analysts note the recent rise in the cost of gasoline is increasingly larger role in the finances of Canadians.
More than one in three Canadian homeowners fear that a rise in interest rates will push them into financial difficulties according to a new report.
Barclays PLC continues to bolster its role as the bad boy of capital markets.
This is kind of fun: Everyone knows the importance of social media today.
And more good economic news: The Bank of Japan maintained rates on Wednesday, while central bank officials painted a slightly more optimistic view of the economy.