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NEW YORK (Reuters) -A week of heavy selling has rocked U.S. stocks and bonds, and many investors are bracing for more pain ahead. Wall Street banks are adjusting their forecasts to account for a Federal Reserve that shows no evidence of letting up, signaling more tightening ahead to fight inflation after another market-bruising rate hike this week. The S&P 500 is down more than 22% this year.
Indigenous reconciliation, something the Liberal government supposedly cares deeply about, will become even harder to achieve
The creator economy is growing as more homegrown creators turn content into cash
Today, 480 Cogeco employees are once again putting down roots in their communities as the company holds its second 1Cogeco Community Involvement Day to plant trees and clean up trails and shorelines. This annual company-wide initiative across Ontario, Quebec and multiple states in the United States involves hundreds of Cogeco employees and supports 23 non-profit organizations in various local communities served by Cogeco.
OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has affirmed the constitutionality of legislation that allows account information held by Canadian financial institutions to be shared with U.S. authorities. Two U.S.-born women who now live in Canada, Gwendolyn Louise Deegan and Kazia Highton, challenged the Canadian provisions implementing a 2014 agreement between the two countries that makes the information-sharing possible. The two unsuccessfully argued in Federal Court that the provisions breach the Char
The reach of Russia's alternative to the SWIFT international messaging system has grown at record pace this year, the central bank said on Friday, as Moscow ramps up efforts to resolve financial shortcomings wrought by sanctions. Sweeping Western sanctions on many of Russia's top banks in the wake of Russia sending tens of thousands of troops into Ukraine have sorely limited lenders' access to the global financial system. Alla Bakina, director of the central bank's national payment system department, said 50 new entities had joined Russia's alternative system this year, taking the total number to 440, of which more than 100 are non-residents.
Canada's resource-heavy main stock index posted its biggest decline in more than three months on Friday and the Canadian dollar extended its recent decline as oil prices tumbled and investors grew more worried about the global economic outlook. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index ended down 521.70 points, or 2.8%, at 18,480.98, its biggest decline since June 16 and its lowest closing level in more than two months. For the week, the TSX lost 4.7% as worries about the economic impact of central bank tightening overshadowed domestic data showing an easing of inflation pressures.
High Tide Inc. ("High Tide" or the "Company") (Nasdaq: HITI) (TSXV: HITI) (FSE: 2LYA), a leading retail-focused cannabis company with bricks-and-mortar as well as global e-commerce assets, is pleased to announce that it has ranked 21st out of 430 companies on the 2022 Report on Business ranking of Canada's Top Growing Companies.
TORONTO — Glencore International AG is increasing its stake in Yamana Gold Inc.'s Mara project with a deal to buy Newmont Corp.'s 18.75 per cent interest. Yamana will remain the Mara joint venture operator with a 56.25 per cent interest, while Glencore will own the remaining 43.75 per cent once the deal is complete. Under the terms of the agreement, Glencore will pay Newmont US$124.9 million upon closing and a US$30-million deferred payment upon commercial production that is subject to an annual
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As interest rates rise, home sales activity has fallen with buyers staying away, resulting in downward pressure on property values.
George Courey Inc., a 112-year-old business, owned by the same family for four generations, has undergone a successful transition from the third to the fourth generation. Taking a century-old business into the future requires a business acumen and maturity of leadership which Jeffrey Courey and Robert Courey bring to the table.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. is outlining its goals for a new trade deal with Australia, Japan, South Korea and nine other nations meant to signal the country's commitment to working with the Indo-Pacific region at a time of growing Chinese clout. The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative on Friday released its negotiating objectives for the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework, a deal with the 12 nations launched in May. Among them, the U.S. wants the Indo-Pacific countries to improve their labor an
Yesterday's Lotto Max draw saw 2 Maxmillions prizes (worth $1 million each) awarded to holders of selections sold in Québec. In the Tuesday, September 27 draw, the prize pool will amount to 103 million and include a $70 million jackpot and an estimated 33 Maxmillions.
French industrial group Schneider Electric on Wednesday said it would proceed with a full takeover of the British software company, offering 31 pounds per share. The statement resonates with another investor in Aveva, M&G Investments.
OTTAWA — Retail sales fell 2.5 per cent to $61.3 billion in July, the first drop in seven months as sales at gasoline stations and clothing and clothing accessories stores decreased, Statistics Canada said Friday. The drop was deeper than the 2.0 per cent drop that the agency had predicted in its early estimate for the month, however its initial estimate for August pointed to a gain of 0.4 per cent for the month. CIBC economist Karyne Charbonneau said retail sales had been more resilient than ex
LINE FRIENDS – one of the world's fastest-growing character brands – is bringing extra joy and cuteness this fall with a new pop-up store in Montréal.