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Price tag to fight global warming will make you sweat

A report estimates trillions will be needed

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HSBC offers mortgage rate below 1%

The rate is offered on new five-year variable closed-term mortgages

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Pace of job gains slows in November, StatsCan says

Positions in accommodation and food services declined for the second consecutive month

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Home sales, prices continue to climb in Toronto, Vancouver

Average prices are up 13% and 6%, respectively, year over year

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Five economic risks to watch: Poloz

The former governor of the Bank of Canada shared his economic, investment outlook

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North American corporates seen rebounding in 2021: Moody’s

Credit outlook stable as revenues, profits expected to recover

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Canada’s debt issuance shifts to T-bills, long-term bonds

The federal government plans to issue its first green bond next year

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Statistics Canada says economy grew at a record pace in third quarter of 2020

Loosened public health restrictions allowed businesses to reopen

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Deficit closes in on $400 billion: fall economic statement

Liberals detail more spending to come in today's fiscal update

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Tax hikes needed to fund post-pandemic vision: CD Howe

GST and capital gains tax increases are the most likely candidates, report says

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RBC expects feds to bolster support for households, businesses in update

Government likely to report a deficit of around $370 billion, bank says

Crisis coming in seniors’ care if governments don’t shift investments: report

Spending more on home-care options would reduce overall costs and improve seniors' well-being, report says

  • By: Staff
  • November 27, 2020 November 27, 2020
  • 11:34
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Macklem defends bond buying program

BoC governor says program is about lowering rates not financing feds

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Global house prices rose in the face of Covid-19: BIS

Canada among the housing market leaders, both short and long term


Provinces push for delay in planned CPP premium bump

A number of provincial finance ministers have asked for a pause, based on pandemic pressures

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Ups and downs in September employment data

While employment rose overall in September as the economy reopened, pressures remain

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First wave hit women and elderly hardest, StatsCan says

Approximately 88% of excess deaths were in those over age 65


Statistics Canada says number of business closures edged lower in August

The number of Covid-19 cases was far lower in August than in recent weeks

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As economy struggles, Fed weighs boosting bond purchases

Since June, the Fed has been buying $120 billion in bonds each month

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Recovering from ‘the most abnormal recession’

A strong recovery is possible, but charting the path is difficult

  • By: Katie Keir
  • November 25, 2020 November 25, 2020
  • 16:30
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Feds should invest in carbon capture projects: RBC

Investments could help a low-carbon transition as well as the economic recovery, a report says

  • By: Staff
  • November 25, 2020 November 25, 2020
  • 16:07
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U.S. economic data paints worrisome economic picture heading into Thanksgiving

Americans remain anxious on the eve of the crucial holiday shopping season

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Don’t dial down fiscal supports for banks, ECB warns

The central bank sees increasing challenges for both banks and companies as the pandemic wears on

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National child-care system would boost women’s job numbers and economy, report says

Some have called the pandemic's disproportionate effect on women a ``she-cession''

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Alberta finance minister says outlook improves but budget deficit will be $21.3 billion

The updated revenue forecast for the province is almost $3 billion higher than the previous quarter