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Oil oversupply meets rising demand in quietest market since 2013
The sleepiest oil market since 2013 will probably limp through the second half of the year as well.
TSX pares weekly loss as gold rises
Canadian stocks rose, paring a weekly loss in the final minutes of trading, as gains for metal companies and banks offset a decline in energy producers.
Top Picks from Bruce Campbell: Alimentation Couche-Tard, Carmanah Technologies, and DIRTT Environmental Solutions
Top Picks from Bruce Campbell, President & Portfolio Manager, StoneCastle Investment Management
Top Picks from Mike Newton: iShares Trust Dow Jones U.S. Healthcare Sector, Constellation Brands, Alimentation Couche-Tard
Top Picks from Mike Newton, portfolio manager and director at The Newton Group, ScotiaMcLeod.
The Keurig for cocktails
Canadian entrepreneurs have invented a Keurig for cocktails – the Bartesian
Real Estate Watch: Vancouver’s detached home prices hit record
The average price of single-family detached homes in Greater Vancouver jumped 20 per cent to a record high last month amid robust demand for all housing types.
Oliver predicts Canada’s shrinking economy will avoid recession

Finance Minister Joe Oliver doesn’t believe Canada will fall into a recession amid “mixed signals” from an economy that’s contracted for four consecutive months.

Flight cancellations, delays at Toronto airport caused by labour disruption
Travellers trying to fly out of Canada's largest airport are experiencing delays and cancellations because of a labour disruption.
Factbox: What looms for Greece after referendum
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's plan to hold a referendum on Sunday on creditors' demands for austerity has prompted a breakdown in talks with lenders, forced Greece to shut banks and left its future in the euro in doubt. Whether Greeks choose 'yes' or 'no', the country is expected to face a new period of uncertainty and political turmoil.
What you need to know about Sunday's Greek bailout vote
Greece's left-wing government has called a referendum for Sunday, July 5, after five months of acrimonious talks with its official creditors over an aid-for-reforms deal broke down without a deal. Here's what you need to know about the vote.
Top Picks from Bruce Campbell: Alimentation Couche-Tard, Carmanah Technologies, and DIRTT Environmental Solutions
Top Picks from Bruce Campbell, President & Portfolio Manager, StoneCastle Investment Management
Top Picks from Mike Newton: iShares Trust Dow Jones U.S. Healthcare Sector, Constellation Brands, Alimentation Couche-Tard
Top Picks from Mike Newton, portfolio manager and director at The Newton Group, ScotiaMcLeod.
Macy's cuts ties with Donald Trump, New York City reviewing contracts with the billionaire
Calling Trump's remarks "disgusting and offensive," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a statement, "Trump’s comments do not represent the values of inclusion and openness that define us as New Yorkers."
Oliver predicts Canada’s shrinking economy will avoid recession

Finance Minister Joe Oliver doesn’t believe Canada will fall into a recession amid “mixed signals” from an economy that’s contracted for four consecutive months.

Strategists see loonie weakening as U.S. interest rates rise: Poll

The Canadian dollar may fall further in the coming months, hit by both a weak domestic economic outlook and an anticipated rise in U.S. interest rates, a Reuters poll shows

Liquidation Situation: The slow dismantling of Sears Canada
The struggling retailer – which posted a net loss of $59.1-million for the first quarter to go along with six straight years of falling sales – announced Thursday that chief executive Ronald Boire will depart at the end of the summer.
China tells investors: Go ahead, bet the house on stocks
In China, you can now literally bet the house on the nation’s tumultuous stock market.
Oil steady after biggest drop since April as U.S. supplies rise
Oil was steady after the biggest decline since April as an unexpected gain in U.S. crude stockpiles signaled a supply glut may persist.
U.S. job growth slows in June, labour force shrinks
With 432,000 people dropping out of the labour force, the unemployment rate fell two-tenths of a percentage point to 5.3 percent, the lowest since April 2008.
Inflation takes bite out of backyard barbecue
The price of steak, hot dogs and buns are on the rise—just in time for BBQ season.
Outliving your savings: Three things you need to do to retire comfortably
With proper planning, experts say Canadians can easily ensure they don't run out of money in retirement.
Personal Investor: Same-sex couples not quite equal
When it comes to financial and estate planning same-sex couples are not fully treated as equals.
Personal Investor: Don’t fret, millennials - time is on your side
With the introduction of the tax free savings account (TFSA) in 2009, millennials are the first to have an arsenal of tax-saving tools.
Tax-Free Turmoil: The Personal Investor’s advanced class on TFSAs
Seven years after the introduction of the Tax Free Savings Account and it seems the average Canadian is still in the dark about exactly how it works.
Kevin O'Leary: Millennials need to find better jobs, not move back home after college
Mr. Wonderful gives his thoughts on kids who choose to live at home with their parents after college in order to save money.
Canadians poised to overspend this summer: survey
If you aren’t saving this summer here are some ways to keep from sinking deeper in debt.
Kevin O’Leary: Never put more than 5% of your portfolio in one company
“One of the main reasons I sell a stock is not for tax reasons, it’s to keep it diversified in a portfolio." O'Leary says.
Money and Relationships: Deciding how much financial information to share with your spouse
The challenge we face is that we can all have very different money mind-sets.
Don’t burden yourself with a mortgage in your 20s: Kevin O’Leary
Kevin O’Leary, Chairman, O’Leary Financial Group, says that investing in real estate over the next five years may not be a smart investment.
Personal Investor: Tax-saving tips for the self-employed as deadline nears
If you’re one of those freedom-loving, self-employed Canadians, the deadline to file your 2014 tax return is midnight on Monday, June 15.

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