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The Globe and Mail
Canada’s banks rethink branches for a disruptive eraOn an early summer evening in June, Kelly Bowers packed up her Dodge Ram pickup
Canada’s banks rethink branches for a disruptive era
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 days ago
On an early summer evening in June, Kelly Bowers packed up her Dodge Ram pickup with the tools of her trade: a laptop, a mobile scanner and a homemade stew. She drove to a grain farm near Saskatoon and met a farmer in his field. There, she completed... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Homeowners turn to renovations in tough real estate marketThe downturn in the real estate market has more homeowners choosing to stay put
Homeowners turn to renovations in tough real estate market
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
The downturn in the real estate market has more homeowners choosing to stay put for the time being, determined on improving their current home rather than moving to a new one. Calgary renovators say there’s been a noticeable pickup in... Read more
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Market Watch
Scotiabank lifts dividend by 2 centsBank of Nova Scotia on Friday said its fiscal third-quarter earnings fell due t
Scotiabank lifts dividend by 2 cents
Market Watch / Posted 6 days ago
Bank of Nova Scotia on Friday said its fiscal third-quarter earnings fell due to a large gain in the year-ago quarter, but its profit excluding that gain improved. Adjusted to exclude items, the bank's results met expectations. The lender also... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Big Six banks defy pessimists amid glut of economic uncertaintySo much for the gloomy forecasts. At least for now. Canadian Imperial Bank of
Big Six banks defy pessimists amid glut of economic uncertainty
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 days ago
So much for the gloomy forecasts. At least for now. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and Toronto-Dominion Bank added to a string of strong financial reports this week from Canada’s big banks, which have largely defied expectations that ugly... Read more
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Calgary Sun
TD, CIBC quarterly profits top expectationsTORONTO - Toronto Dominion Bank and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce on Thurs
TD, CIBC quarterly profits top expectations
Calgary Sun / Posted 7 days ago
TORONTO - Toronto Dominion Bank and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce on Thursday posted forecast-topping quarterly profits on robust growth in their domestic retail businesses even as both became the latest Canadian lenders to record jumps in bad... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
CIBC boosts dividend, unveils share buyback as profit rises 6%Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce said that its profit in the third quarter ro
CIBC boosts dividend, unveils share buyback as profit rises 6%
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce said that its profit in the third quarter rose to $978-million, up more than 6 per cent from last year. The bank also raised its dividend by 3 cents a share, to $1.12, marking the fourth consecutive quarterly... Read more
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Market Watch
Bank of Montreal's profit tops estimatesBank of Montreal, Canada's fourth-largest lender by assets, reported fiscal thi
Bank of Montreal's profit tops estimates
Market Watch / Posted 9 days ago
Bank of Montreal, Canada's fourth-largest lender by assets, reported fiscal third-quarter results that beat expectations on higher contributions from personal and commercial banking along with wealth management. Toronto-based BMO, the first of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Strong economic numbers bring hope for a Canadian resurgenceThe latest in a string of strong economic indicators suggests the Canadian econ
Strong economic numbers bring hope for a Canadian resurgence
The Globe and Mail / Posted 13 days ago
The latest in a string of strong economic indicators suggests the Canadian economy has pulled out of its 2015 skid – probably not enough to silence the talk about a first-half recession, but possibly setting course for a second-half... Read more
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Investopedia
The 3 Biggest Canadian Banks (RY,TD,BNS)The banking system in Canada is considered to be one of the safest in the world
The 3 Biggest Canadian Banks (RY,TD,BNS)
Investopedia / Posted 14 days ago
The banking system in Canada is considered to be one of the safest in the world. Since 2010, it has consistently been ranked as the world's single largest banking system, as reported by the World Economic Forum. Among Canada's biggest banks are the... Read more
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Zero Hedge
August 13Overnight Media Digest * Vice President Joe Biden this week is sounding out fr
August 13
Zero Hedge / Posted 21 days ago
Overnight Media Digest * Vice President Joe Biden this week is sounding out friends and family about a presidential bid, as some Democrats press him to enter the race and give the party another option in the face of lingering controversies involving... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Asian, European shares up as yuan slump fears easeAn investor holds a notebook showing stock market movements, as he sits at a br
Asian, European shares up as yuan slump fears ease
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 22 days ago
An investor holds a notebook showing stock market movements, as he sits at a brokerage house in Shanghai on Thursday. (AFP photo) Related Stories HONG KONG/LONDON — Asian shares staged a relief rally Thursday and regional currencies gained after... Read more
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The China Post
China weakens yuan for third day, reassures markets SHANGHAI - China weakened its currency for the third consecutive day Thursday
China weakens yuan for third day, reassures markets
The China Post / Posted 22 days ago
SHANGHAI - China weakened its currency for the third consecutive day Thursday, but financial markets that had been shaken by the surprise devaluation took heart as authorities pledged not to let... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Asian shares stage relief rally after yuan-cut hitThe dollar inched higher, after taking a knock in New York from speculation the
Asian shares stage relief rally after yuan-cut hit
Manila Bulletin / Posted 22 days ago
The dollar inched higher, after taking a knock in New York from speculation the US Federal Reserve will delay hiking interest rates following China’s devaluation of the yuan. Tokyo closed up 0.99 percent, or 202,78 points, to 20,595.55 and Sydney... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
China weakens yuan for third day, reassures marketsThe central bank trimmed the reference rate for the yuan -- also known as the r
China weakens yuan for third day, reassures markets
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 22 days ago
The central bank trimmed the reference rate for the yuan -- also known as the renminbi (RMB) -- by 1.11 percent to 6.4010 yuan for $1, the China Foreign Exchange Trade System said, from the previous day's 6.3306. The cut was less than previous two... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Asian currencies recover after yuan-cut routEmerging market currencies including the Indonesian rupiah, Philippine peso and
Asian currencies recover after yuan-cut rout
Manila Bulletin / Posted 22 days ago
Emerging market currencies including the Indonesian rupiah, Philippine peso and South Korean won rose slightly against the dollar after China Thursday trimmed its yuan reference rate 1.1 percent. The cut, which was smaller than those in the previous... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Asian currencies recover after yuan-cut rout Published: 13 August 2015 2:32 PM A fluttering Chinese national flag casts i
Asian currencies recover after yuan-cut rout
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 22 days ago
Published: 13 August 2015 2:32 PM A fluttering Chinese national flag casts its shadow on the headquarters of the People's Bank of China, China's central bank, in central Beijing in this November 24, 2014... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Barrick taps CIBC to sell small U.S. gold minesBarrick Gold Corp. has tapped Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce to sell its sm
Barrick taps CIBC to sell small U.S. gold mines
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 days ago
Barrick Gold Corp. has tapped Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce to sell its smaller American gold mines and project, according to people familiar with the matter. Barrick, the world’s biggest gold producer, has been on a tear selling mines to... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Return of renovation tax credit unlikely to match last economic boostThe federal Conservative campaign pledge to revive the popular home renovation
Return of renovation tax credit unlikely to match last economic boost
The Globe and Mail / Posted 30 days ago
The federal Conservative campaign pledge to revive the popular home renovation tax credit comes at a time when Canada’s renovation industry is already outperforming the broader economy and booming past the market for new homes. Canadians spent... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Commodity currencies in meltdown mode as China's economy slowsCommodity currencies are off to the worst start to a year since the financial c
Commodity currencies in meltdown mode as China's economy slows
Brisbane Times / Posted a month ago
Commodity currencies are off to the worst start to a year since the financial crisis amid signs of a slowdown in China, the world's biggest consumer of raw materials. The Canadian, Australian and New Zealand dollars plunged against their US... Read more
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The Age
Commodity currencies in meltdown mode as China's economy slowsCommodity currencies are off to the worst start to a year since the financial c
Commodity currencies in meltdown mode as China's economy slows
The Age / Posted a month ago
Commodity currencies are off to the worst start to a year since the financial crisis amid signs of a slowdown in China, the world's biggest consumer of raw materials. The Canadian, Australian and New Zealand dollars plunged against their US... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Commodity currencies in meltdown mode as China's economy slowsCommodity currencies are off to the worst start to a year since the financial c
Commodity currencies in meltdown mode as China's economy slows
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
Commodity currencies are off to the worst start to a year since the financial crisis amid signs of a slowdown in China, the world's biggest consumer of raw materials. The Canadian, Australian and New Zealand dollars plunged against their US... Read more
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Nelson Star
Creston artist Bruce Paterson releases second book of historic building sketchesWhen Bruce Paterson published Kootenay Cameos: Tales of the West Kootenays a ye
Creston artist Bruce Paterson releases second book of historic building sketches
Nelson Star / Posted 1 months ago
When Bruce Paterson published Kootenay Cameos: Tales of the West Kootenays a year ago, he spoke of the difficulty he had in selecting which pen and ink illustrations and stories he would include. After all, he had a collection amassed over a period... Read more
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Business Insider
'Liar loans' are popping up in Canada's housing bubbleCanada is different. Regulators are on top of it. There are strict down payment
'Liar loans' are popping up in Canada's housing bubble
Business Insider / Posted 1 months ago
Canada is different. Regulators are on top of it. There are strict down payment requirements. Mortgages are full-recourse, so strung-out borrowers couldn’t just mail in their keys and walk away, as they did in the US. And yada-yada-yada. But... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Ease, rate transparency help online lenders gain tractionJoel English wasn’t shopping for a loan but after stumbling upon an online loan
Ease, rate transparency help online lenders gain traction
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Joel English wasn’t shopping for a loan but after stumbling upon an online loan provider, it took less than three minutes to discover his credit-card interest rate could be cut by almost 7 per cent. “I hadn’t even been thinking about getting a loan... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Liar Loans Pop up in Canada’s Magnificent Housing BubbleFor a long time, the conservative mortgage lending standards in Canada, includi
Liar Loans Pop up in Canada’s Magnificent Housing Bubble
Zero Hedge / Posted 1 months ago
For a long time, the conservative mortgage lending standards in Canada, including a slew of new ones since 2008, have been touted as one of the reasons why Canada’s magnificent housing bubble, when it implodes, will not take down the financial... Read more
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