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Let’s not talk about sex — or money

FP Canada finds money can be as uncomfortable a topic as sex, politics and religion

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Report sounds alarm over softer mortgage stress tests

Fitch says changes to the stress test could raise credit risks for banks

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Desjardins says it has ‘ample capacity’ to deal with data theft

The financial institution released its Q4 results on Wednesday, detailing the impact of the theft

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Sun Life launches 5 private investment pools

The actively managed pools have risk ratings ranging from low to low to medium

  • By: Staff
  • February 26, 2020 February 26, 2020
  • 12:23
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What the stress test change means for homebuyers

The change isn't a game-changer, says economist Benjamin Tal

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A coronavirus pandemic could prompt a coordinated policy response

A CIBC report looks at past flu pandemics to gauge the risk from coronavirus

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Mackenzie launches new mutual fund

The fund invests in small- and mid-cap stocks from around the world

  • By: Staff
  • February 26, 2020 February 26, 2020
  • 12:43
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Corporate profits in Canada hit record level in 2019

The financial sector led the way, StatsCan says

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Coronavirus impacting copper, iron ore

There are still reasons to be constructive on the commodities

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BoC plans for day when cash is no longer king

The central bank plans to create its own digital currency

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Why this year could see record investment in commercial real estate

CBRE says a strong economy and favourable immigration policies could lead to $50 billion in investment

Why extroverts have all the money

A personality test can tell us about retirement planning

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BCSC appoints new vice-chair

Gordon Johnson has more than 30 years' experience in securities and administrative law

  • By: Staff
  • February 25, 2020 February 25, 2020
  • 14:30
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Scotiabank’s first-quarter earnings top expectations

The bank reported a profit of nearly $2.33 billion in Q1

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Most women over 45 confident about retirement: survey

Only about one-quarter are invested in stocks, bonds or mutual funds

How boomers, gen X and millennials spend and save

An Edward Jones survey highlights generational priorities

More work required for secure retirement, institute says

Higher pension coverage, increased savings rates and incentives to work longer are needed, a paper argues

The meaning of trust is changing

Competence is no longer enough