News: Money

Canadian dollar tops 76 cents US as Poloz comments raise spectre of rate hike

Thursday  00:00,   29 june 2017
cbc.ca

The Canadian dollar gained three-quarters of a cent and hit its highest level in four months on Wednesday after Canada's central bank head hinted in an interview that rate hikes could be coming sooner rather than later. [...]

Canada's top court rules Google must block some results worldwide

Wednesday  23:56,   28 june 2017
Reuters

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Shaw Communications' adds cable customers for first time since 2010

Wednesday  23:56,   28 june 2017
Reuters

Shaw Communications Inc on Wednesday reported strong quarterly subscriber gains at its revamped cable business and notched wireless profit growth even as it spent heavily to build up both businesses. define("homepageFinanceIndices",[...]

Steer clear of scams

Wednesday  23:56,   28 june 2017
MoneySense

New immigrants can be an easy target for con artists. Here’s how to protect you and your family from becoming a victim of[...]

eBay or Kijiji? How to get the best price on both

Wednesday  23:56,   28 june 2017
MoneySense

Get the most out of either platformEach site has their pros and cons, but regardless of which one you choose, you’ll want to know how to make a successful sale. Here are the tips you should follow for each[...]

Pensioners: 2 Dividend-Growth Stocks to Generate Income in Your TFSA

Wednesday  22:16,   28 june 2017
The Motley Fool

Here's why Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB)(NYSE:ENB) and Fortis Inc. (TSX:FTS)(NYSE:FTS) are worth a look for income[...]

Canada's big banks admit they overcharged customers — what went wrong?

Wednesday  21:42,   28 june 2017
cbc.ca

All of Canada's big banks have now been slapped with multi-million dollar penalties for overcharging investor clients. Critics say it's time for more oversight in the investment banking[...]

Suze Orman: Stop wasting money on things that make your life easier

Wednesday  21:41,   28 june 2017
CNBC

Don't squander your hard-earned cash, says financial expert Suze[...]

Poloz: low interest rates have 'done their job'

Wednesday  20:06,   28 june 2017
MSN

OTTAWA - The governor of the Bank of Canada says it looks like low interest rates put in place in 2015 have "done their job" but he stopped short of predicting the central bank's next move. Stephen Poloz said in an interview broadcast[...]

Price of steak is still sizzling, but relief may be on the way

Wednesday  17:51,   28 june 2017
Calgary Herald

Retail beef prices remain elevated for the third summer in a row, but long-awaited growth in the size of the North American cattle herd should put a ceiling on additional price increases going forward, according to an industry group. After hitting[...]

Say goodbye to your desk

Wednesday  16:26,   28 june 2017
Bloomberg

The desk of the future knows you, perhaps all too well. It's a sit-or-stand desk, of course, outfitted with sensors that learn your habits and preferences through constant vigilance. When you've been sitting too long, a gentle vibration reminds[...]

The changing face of retirement in Canada

Wednesday  16:26,   28 june 2017
Maclean's

We’re living and staying active longer. That means some people might want to work longer, just to stay busy. Another factor is many Canadians cannot count on the same generous corporate pensions their parents enjoyed. In that case, they may have to [...]

Sugar Mobile not quite dead yet, as analysts dream of more wireless competition

Wednesday  16:26,   28 june 2017
cbc.ca

Sugar Mobile lost 80 to 90 per cent of its subscribers when the CRTC sided with Rogers and ordered it off the big telco's network. But a call to review that decision has thrown Sugar a[...]

Trudeau defends Chinese takeover of Norsat

Wednesday  16:25,   28 june 2017
MSN

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought Tuesday to assuage public fears and political complaints that the Liberal government's decision to allow the Chinese takeover of a Canadian satellite technology company would compromise national[...]

Royal Bank to pay back $22M in investment fees it overcharged

Wednesday  16:25,   28 june 2017
cbc.ca

The Royal Bank of Canada will pay almost $22 million in compensation to clients who were charged excess fees on some mutual funds and investments products. define("homepageFinanceIndices", ["c.deferred"], function () { var[...]