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Canada’s regional banks face starkly different realities – and it’s all because of oil
After Canada’s five biggest banks defied expectations in the third quarter, the country’s regional lenders now step into the spotlight – and their results could prove to be a study in contrasts because of exposure to lower oil prices.
Posted on 9-02-2015 at 1:27 PM
Personal Investor: Don’t give your rainy day savings to the bank
Bank of Montreal says Canadians should save three to six months’ pay for emergencies like job loss, medical expenses or car repairs.
Posted on 9-02-2015 at 1:05 PM
REITs are at a 15-year bargain: CIBC
While some may consider it a warning signal, Alex Avery, Managing Director, Institutional Equity Research, CIBC World Markets says it’s a “buy” signal and narrowing spreads would push the price of Canadian REITs higher.
Posted on 9-02-2015 at 11:06 AM
Canada’s era of cheap corporate debt ending with global turmoil
The market turmoil that swept the globe last month also rattled Canadian debt, causing the biggest spike in company borrowing costs in three years and shaving $9 billion ($6.8 billion US) off investors' holdings.
Posted on 9-02-2015 at 11:04 AM
Sears Canada still hunting for a CEO
The retailer said on Wednesday that it is still hunting for the right person to take over the job most recently held by Ronald Boire.
Posted on 9-02-2015 at 10:46 AM
Here is how much rent costs across Canada
Wondering how much fellow Canucks are paying in rent? Thanks to data compiled by a Canadian apartment listing website, now you can find out how much renters across the country are asked to fork over each month.
Posted on 9-02-2015 at 1:30 PM
TSX 'probably' headed for a bear market: Portfolio manager
The TSX is “probably” heading into bear market territory – defined by 20 percent move to the downside from its peak, according to Mike Archibald, Portfolio Manager, Equities at Aurion Capital Management.
Posted on 9-02-2015 at 10:18 AM
Bill Gross: Fed tightening now could create self-inflicted instability
Gross wrote that his concept of a neutral policy rate closer to a nominal 2 percent "now cannot be approached without spooking markets further and creating self-inflicted financial instability."
Posted on 9-02-2015 at 9:54 AM

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