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Don Martin: Interest rate cut helps Harper’s election chances
Only five prime ministers in our history have lasted this long, but Harper still craves another four years. And he’s got one formidable asset in his corner: Good economic luck.
Posted on 1-23-2015 at 10:21 AM
Closing Report: TSX ends higher after ECB, Bank of Canada moves
Canada's main stock index jumped on Thursday after the European Central Bank's move to unveil massive stimulus measures and an unexpected rate cut by the Bank of Canada.
Posted on 1-22-2015 at 4:30 PM
Harper backs Bank of Canada rate cut, doesn't plan fiscal stimulus
Asked whether he was planning further fiscal stimulus to help a sluggish economy, Harper replied; "No".
Posted on 1-22-2015 at 3:19 PM
NHL’s low-interest line of credit ruled offside in Canada
The NHL’s legal team, which is based in the United States, failed to ensure that the league’s now-$2-billion (U.S.) line of credit complied with Canadian government regulations when it was launched in October, 2014.
Posted on 1-21-2015 at 10:53 AM
Trade Minister vows to stand firm in 'Buy America' feud
Trade Minister Ed Fast arrived in Rome today hounded by two potentially explosive trade problems at both ends of Canada - British Columbia and Newfoundland - and vowed to stand absolutely firm on both.
Posted on 1-21-2015 at 1:55 PM
Loonie plunges to 81 cents US after surprise rate cut
The loonie sank the most in more than three years after the central bank unexpectedly cut interest rates, saying crude oil's collapse will slow inflation and weigh on the economy.
Posted on 1-21-2015 at 10:25 AM
Bank of Canada shocks market by cutting key interest rate to 0.75%
The Bank of Canada unexpectedly cut its main interest rate, saying the oil-price shock will drag down inflation and weigh on everything from exports to business and consumer spending.
Posted on 1-21-2015 at 10:02 AM
Harper and Trudeau tightly locked in latest Nanos polling
In the weekly preferred Prime Minister tracking by Nanos, Stephen Harper and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau both garnered 31 percent support.
Posted on 1-21-2015 at 8:05 AM

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