Rbc Junior Analyst Charged With Insider Trading, A Year Out Of Business School

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‘Thank God for Mach’: Air Canada raises Transat offer as Quebec regulator shuts down defiant rival’s bid: Emily Jackson


The competition side could be tricky, as the combined company would have more than 60 per cent of the market share on some routes across the Atlantic

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RBC junior analyst charged with insider trading, a year out of business school: Reuters


Allegations the 23-year-old bought options in company in takeover talks with RBC client

Seven reasons Canada’s housing market is stronger than it looks: Nicholas Sokic


Housing starts dropped last month, but residential construction remains ‘rock solid’ and sales are picking up

JPMorgan forgives Canadians’ credit-card debts after it exits the market: Bloomberg News


Customers will see zero balances on the Amazon.ca Rewards Visa and Marriott Rewards Premier Visa credit cards

Saudi Aramco profit slides — but it’s still bigger than Apple, Exxon and Shell combined - Financial Post:


Saudi Aramco profit slides — but it’s still bigger than Apple, Exxon and Shell combined Financial Post Saudi Aramco's profit drops 12%. It's still making more money than any other company CNN Saudi Aramco expands with $15B deal with India's Reliance Yahoo New…

Vancouver billionaire Jim Pattison offers to take lumber maker Canfor private for $981 million: Bloomberg News


Pattison already owns about 51 per cent of Canfor's shares

CannTrust shares plunge after Health Canada finds violations at second cannabis facility - Financial Post:


CannTrust shares plunge after Health Canada finds violations at second cannabis facility Financial Post CannTrust sinks as regulator finds Vaughan facility non-compliant - Article - BNN BNNBloomberg.ca CannTrust Provides Interim Update Canada NewsWire CannTru…

Posthaste: Jim Pattison bets big on lumber, AirCanada sweetens Transat offer and why Hong Kong's in utter disarray - Financial Post:


Posthaste: Jim Pattison bets big on lumber, AirCanada sweetens Transat offer and why Hong Kong's in utter disarray Financial Post Good morning! Canadian lumber price and stock slide that has wracked the industry could come to a halt after news that billionair…

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Chinese space startup revs up for reusable rocket race - Financial Post:


Chinese space startup revs up for reusable rocket race Financial Post BEIJING — Chinese startup LinkSpace on Saturday completed its third test of a reusable rocket in five months, stepping up the pace in China's race to develop a... View full coverage on Goog…

‘The fog will not clear’: Why another volley of tariffs, or tweets, could plunge the global economy into a recession: Geoff Zochodne


If a recession did happen, it would have to be a full-on, policy-induced error, led by trade policy

Postmedia refinances debt, extending window until repayment by two years: Financial Post Staff


Its debt has had some positive effects, in that it has spurred digital transformation in the company: CEO

Why Quebec’s economy is enjoying its ‘best boom’ ever — despite the fall of Bombardier and SNC: Kevin Carmichael


Kevin Carmichael: An attitude shift has allowed Quebec companies to operate free of political risk for the first time in decades

How one Calgary company turns CO2 into soap with its micro-carbon capture technology: Geoffrey Morgan


CleanO2 uses chemistry to reduce emissions from furnaces and water heaters while also producing marketable chemical products

Economists still think Bank of Canada will keep interest rates on hold, bucking global easing trend: Bloomberg News


Key Canadian indicators continue to beat expectations with growth in the second quarter tracking faster than expected

How millennial investors can learn from their baby boomer parents’ mistakes: Tom Bradley


Tom Bradley: Do something your parent’s generation don’t do nearly enough of — ask questions

Developers can't get enough of Canada's new loans to build rental housing - Financial Post:


Developers can't get enough of Canada's new loans to build rental housing Financial Post Demand has been so hot for the low-cost CMHC loans that the government plans to increase the program to almost $14 billion over the next nine years. View full coverage on…

Canadian housing starts decline 9.6% in July on multi-unit drop: Bloomberg News


But 'residential construction activity remains rock solid,' BMO economist says

Judge raps ‘unreasonable’ CRA in TFSA overcontribution case, but taxpayer not off the hook just yet: Jamie Golombek


Jamie Golombek: The Canada Revenue Agency isn’t being very nice about forgiving an inadvertent TFSA overcontribution in this case

Canada loses 24,200 jobs in July, pushing unemployment rate higher: The Canadian Press


On positive side, July’s wage growth came in strong at 4.5 per cent — which was its highest level in more than a decade

‘The genie is out of the bottle’: Gold is having its best week in 3 years after breaching $1,500: Bloomberg News


Gold has risen 4.3 per cent this week, the largest increase since April 2016


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