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Bill Gross: Bet against Bunds 'well timed, not well executed'
Bill Gross, the widely followed investor, admitted in his June Investment Outlook on Wednesday that his bet against the German Bund market was well timed but not profitable.
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Red card for FIFA: Swiss arrest top global soccer officials in corruption cases
The world's most popular sport was plunged into turmoil after U.S. and Swiss authorities announced separate inquiries into the activities of the game's powerful ruling body.
Ontario overhauling of condominium legislation
Many say the changes, which are aimed at curbing fraud and costly disputes among neighbours, are long overdue.
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Capital markets fuel rising profits at National Bank
Financial markets results drive results at Canada's sixth-largest lender.
OPEC seen backing Saudi Arabia’s plan to keep crude supplies elevated
Oil prices have recovered more than 40 percent from a six- year low in January. The rebound will help vindicate the approach taken by Saudi Arabia as it steers the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to favour market share over prices in a bid to drive out high-cost producers.
GE reportedly in talks with Element Financial on sale of fleet assets
General Electric Co., working to reduce dependence on its finance unit, is in advanced talks to sell assets in the $9 billion US vehicle fleet-management business to Element Financial Corp., people familiar with the matter said.
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Alberta fires keep 10% of oil sands offline
Wildfires in northern Alberta kept about 10 percent of Canada’s oil sands production offline for a third day as Bank of America Corp. warned the blazes may slow the economy.
Top Picks from Norman Levine: Scotiabank, Badger Daylighting, and SGS
Top Picks from Norman Levine, managing director at Portfolio Management Corp.
Tories propose voluntary Canada Pension Plan expansion
Ottawa is proposing to allow Canadians to voluntarily contribute more to the Canada Pension Plan in exchange for a bigger guaranteed payout from the government-run program.
Air Canada to upgrade premium section on low-cost Rouge flights
Air Canada says it will upgrade the premium section of the Airbus A319 planes used on its low-cost Rouge network.
Living paycheque-to-paycheque: Why Canadians struggle to use their TFSA
Financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid says nobody talks about the possibility of losing their job. But for many Canadians that is what is on their minds.
Income splitting used by high-income professionals for decades: study
The new report examines tax filer data and estimates governments are losing hundreds of millions of dollars a year in revenue from strategies used by owners of private companies to shift income to their lower-earning spouses and adult children who live at the same address
Trump executive to Canadian real estate bears: 'You’re fired!'
Donald Trump’s right hand man says Canada’s real estate market is not overvalued. “Canada is a vibrant economy and some people ought to step in and take advantage of it,” he tells BNN.
Energy Watch: Alberta oil patch begins Notley era on uncertain terrain
Moments after Rachel Notley became the 17th Premier of Alberta, she delivered the province's core industry a major surprise: her rookie cabinet.
Why can’t Canadians get overland flood insurance?
Flood victims in southern Alberta hoping to make insurance claims to cover damage to their homes could be out of luck.
Top Picks from James Hodgins: Innova Gaming Group, TeraGo, and Equity Financial Holdings
Top Picks from James Hodgins, president and chief investment officer at Curvature Hedge Strategies.
Companies destroy morale when they tolerate ‘jerks’ at work
While many managers talk a good game about creating a supporting work atmosphere, too many tolerate “jerks” in the workplace because they are seen to be high performers.
Energy Watch: Crescent Point buys Legacy Oil + Gas for $563-million
FrontFour Capital Group, an activist shareholder of Legacy, had been pushing for a sale and the ouster of CEO Trent Yanko
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BMO boosts dividend as profit slides
Bank of Montreal reported net earnings of $1-billion in its fiscal second quarter
Living paycheque-to-paycheque: Why Canadians struggle to use their TFSA
Financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid says nobody talks about the possibility of losing their job. But for many Canadians that is what is on their minds.
Why can’t Canadians get overland flood insurance?
Flood victims in southern Alberta hoping to make insurance claims to cover damage to their homes could be out of luck.
Average home price of affluent Canadians tops $1.5-million
Affluent Canadians are sitting on an average value of $1.5-million for their homes, a recent poll indicates.
Income splitting used by high-income professionals for decades: study
The new report examines tax filer data and estimates governments are losing hundreds of millions of dollars a year in revenue from strategies used by owners of private companies to shift income to their lower-earning spouses and adult children who live at the same address
Personal Investor: Move your investments into RRSPs, TFSAs and save big tax dollars
Transferring investments into RRSPs and TFSAs can be tricky – but you can save big tax dollars. Here are a few things you should know.
RBC forced to scrap fee changes after backlash
Consumer advocates rejoiced after Royal Bank of Canada backed down on proposed fee changes that would have potentially charged consumers for the privilege of paying credit-card bills and their mortgages.
Pattie Lovett-Reid: Rising household debt levels only tell half the story
CTV's chief financial commentator agrees with a new Fraser Institute report: You have to account for assets when you talk debt levels.
Personal Investor: Spring brings a mortgage rate chill
After years of being warned that interest rates are on their way up, it seems Canadian homeowners are finally getting the message.
How much house can you REALLY afford? Hidden traps to avoid when you go mortgage shopping
The landscape is competitive, margins are being squeezed and mortgage rates have been lower for longer than anyone thought would have been the case. That has extended the life of the real estate market in key locations.
Personal Investor: Make your home renovation dollars pay off
Take it from a guy who’s tamed a few belt-sanders in his day: if you’re going to get your hands dirty make sure it pays off.

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