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Stress Test podcast: Episode five is on whether investing changes during a pandemic - June 8 - Updated

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EU urges more G20 cooperation on monetary, fiscal policy against COVID-19 crisis -- Subscriber content

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U.S. weekly jobless claims fall; but a record 32.9 million on unemployment benefits -- Subscriber content

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Thursday's analyst upgrades and downgrades - Subscriber content

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exclusive - Alberta offers incentives to lure petrochemical companies - Subscriber content - The program is an attempt to pivot the sector away from royalty credits that have long been used to try and entice sector investment to the province

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Natural gas sector eyes a government alliance on national hydrogen strategy - Subscriber content - The Canadian Gas Association has started to develop technology, standards, policies and regulations to build a hydrogen market, and has members across multiple provinces

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analysis - As debt soars, Ottawa banks on record low interest rates - Subscriber content - Finance Minister Bill Morneau's first fiscal update after massive COVID-19 pandemic borrowing looks grim, but Ottawa won't be much worse off

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Fiscal update: Morneau projects $343.2-billion deficit; federal debt to climb above $1-trillion - Figures released by Finance Minister Bill Morneau provide the first estimate of Ottawa's bottom line since a pre-pandemic report in December

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opinion - The government's emergency plan was a success – but the recovery will be even harder - Subscriber content - Before the government deals with a strategy to stimulate growth, it will have to extract itself from its existing massive spending programs that were aimed at something quite different - David Parkinson

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opinion - The federal fiscal snapshot has shown us the problem. So what's the plan? Finance Minister Bill Morneau has painted a picture of a Canadian economy teetering on the brink, saddled with enormous debt and seemingly without a dynamic path forward - Alexandre Laurin - and - William Robson

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Investors propose competing $58-million bid for Torstar -- Subscriber content -- Matthew and Tyler Proud have approached the board of the Toronto Star publisher with a proposal to outbid an agreed offer from NordStar Capital

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Task force recommends overhaul of Ontario Securities Commission structure -- Subscriber content

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Trump substitutes warm words for insults, calls Mexico cherished friend

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'Death cross' strikes U.S. dollar as coronavirus cases rise

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Canadian bond deals slow after hitting record highs in April and May -- Subscriber content

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Just Energy announce recapitalization plan, board shakeup after recent losses

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Brooks Brothers files for bankruptcy as athleisure replaces button-down shirts

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Aston Martin's first SUV rolls off production line -- Subscriber content

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Germany insists self-regulation not enough for Facebook

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Report on Business - DavidsTea seeks creditor protection after COVID-19 fallout, looks to shutter some stores - Subscriber content

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We need to shift the narrative about Ontario's shrinking manufacturing sector -- Subscriber content -- Barrie McKenna

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Canada caught in the crossfire of a new era of economic power politics -- Louis Vachon and Frédérick Gagnon

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Changed, changing and will change: adapting to our new and ever-evolving world of work -- Naomi Titleman Colla

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Big Tech can't keep rising when the economy is sinking -- Subscriber content -- Eric Reguly

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Top Links - Stock market optimism is not what you think - Subscriber content - July 9 - Updated

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What every Canadian investor needs to know today -- Subscriber content

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Resume Review -- This artsy 61-year-old IT specialist isn't ready to retire. How can he bridge a hobby with experience?

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Class action sought against Aviva Canada for denial of business claims due to COVID-19 -- Subscriber content -- Suit alleges company failed to honour its claims for Canadian businesses with what is known as enterprise-insurance policies

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BMO disputes Fed's findings in stress test on U.S. subsidiary -- Subscriber content -- Central bank forecasts unit would have lowest capital level among the lenders it assessed in its worst-case scenario, but bank says it is 'well capitalized'

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Legal software company Dye & Durham files for IPO after dropping plan in 2018 - D&D had been eyeing a $150-million IPO for early spring before the pandemic hit Canada, which prompted the company to enact layoffs and cut employee salaries by 20 per cent through September

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Banks extend deadline to apply for loan deferrals -- Subscriber content -- The move signals many borrowers still require assistance to make payments on mortgages, credit cards and other loans

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The best way to modernize capital markets is to finally launch a national securities regulator - Subscriber content - The long-promised Capital Markets Regulatory Authority is the single most effective way to ensure our capital markets regain their competitive edge - Rita Trichur

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Canadian dollar steadies near two-week high as housing data adds to recovery signs

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Tech, Telecom & Media

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YouTube not obliged to inform on film pirates, Europe's top court says - Subscriber content

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Italy reportedly considering whether to exclude Huawei from building its 5G network

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American Airlines delays Hong Kong flights over new COVID-19 testing rules - July 9 - Updated

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Crypto exchange Coinbase readies landmark stock market listing, sources say -- Subscriber content

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Carnival's AIDA Cruises to set sail in August after long hiatus -- Subscriber content

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France urges to avoid layoffs at Airbus as workers march over jobs -- Subscriber content

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Canadian housing starts climb by 8.3 per cent in June: CMHC -- Subscriber content

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German prosecutors probe Wirecard for money laundering -- Subscriber content

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Facial recognition firm Clearview AI probed by U.K., Australia for privacy issues -- Subscriber content

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Brooks Brothers files for bankruptcy -- Men's clothier Brooks Brothers filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Wednesday, joining a long list of retailers including Neiman Marcus that have crumbled under the impact of the coronavirus crisis. -- Play video

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Home buying and mortgage rates in the wake of COVID-19 -- Rob Carrick and Roma Luciw answer questions during an Instagram live on how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted housing and your financial health. Here are some highlights from their Q&A. -- Play video

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Comparing Blade Runner's vision of 2019 to our reality -- Classic science-fiction film Blade Runner was set in November 2019, which has become the present. Let's compare how the movie's 1982 vision of the future compares to our contemporary reality. -- Play video

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Canada taking aggressive approach to securing COVID-19 supplies: Anand -- Procurement Minister Anita Anand says the federal government is taking an aggressive approach to securing COVID-19 supplies and bringing them to Canada, at a time when global demand for the equipment is intense. She says much of the world's supply of these materials is in China and moving supplies from that country is highly complex. -- Play video

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Rob Carrick's personal finance tips amidst coronavirus -- Personal finance columnist Rob Carrick offers some tips to help you maintain financial flexibility as markets drop and businesses shut down over COVID-19. -- Play video

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Rate cut aimed at positioning economy for recovery after coronavirus: Poloz -- Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz has announced an interest rate drop to 0.25 per cent and two new programs in response to the COVID-19 crisis. He says the moves will "position the economy very well for its recovery once we have things return to a normal situation." -- Play video

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Video: Drawing Conclusions: How much does it cost to break a mortgage? -- Personal finance expert Preet Banerjee explains the two formulas you need to know: Three Months' Interest and Interest Rate Differential (IRD) -- Play video

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How long can markets and the economy move in opposite directions? These indicators hold valuable clues -- Subscriber content

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York University puts a twist on its newest building

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It's time to brush up on your soft skills in the age of remote working -- Subscriber content

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Montreal, Quebec City home sales spike, but Canada's boom won't last, experts say -- Subscriber content

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Managing - We should remember that consumers control the narrative - Subscriber content

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Companies rush to pivot advertising plans during COVID-19 pandemic

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Canadians want advertisers to thank front-line workers, new poll suggests - Subscriber content

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Alstom offers French factory sale to clinch Bombardier deal - Subscriber content

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Wirecard reportedly being examined by U.S. agencies in connection with alleged bank-fraud conspiracy

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GM's racketeering lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler thrown out by U.S. federal judge

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Power Points - How to turn distant ties into job opportunities - Subscriber content

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