U.S. Futures Rebound After Wall Street’S Worst Day Of 2019

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‘Ready to rumble’: Escalating U.S.-China fight puts world economy on the brink: The New York Times


Whatever happens next, it is clear that the trade war is no longer confined to trade

U.S. futures rebound after Wall Street’s worst day of 2019: Reuters


U.S. Treasury Department labeled Beijing a currency manipulator late on Monday, crushing any hopes of a swift resolution to the trade war

McDonald’s makes tweaks to the Big Mac, Quarter Pounder in quest for a hotter, juicier product: Jake Edmiston


McDonald's says it's focusing on beef amid the plant-based burger craze

The Fed’s rate cut may be the spark oilsands investors have been waiting for: Martin Pelletier


Martin Pelletier: For investors brave enough to position for the recovery, this is one heck of a potential opportunity

This borrow-to-invest strategy can build you wealth with someone else’s money: Ted Rechtshaffen


Borrowing to invest doesn’t have to be scary; in fact most people have done it

‘Constant upheaval’: Why Canadian businesses have not fully rebounded from the post-tariff stall: Kevin Carmichael


Kevin Carmichael: What might our trade future look like? StatCan looks at the skirmish over Trump’s specious steel and aluminum duties

Oreo Iced Capps just weren’t our thing. Plus, sluggish lunch sales hamper Tim Hortons growth: Jake Edmiston


Bevy of product launches fall short of expectations, but doughnuts fly off the shelves. Parent RBI will keep up the experimentation

The death — and rebirth — of the supermarket ethnic aisle: Jake Edmiston


Segregating food by ethnicity has been vilified for years, but it has survived — and lately begun to thrive

Old-fashioned child-care expense rule can add to modern families’ bills come tax time: Jamie Golombek


Jamie Golombek: Rule that deduction must be claimed by the lower-income partner written with traditional family in mind

Telus likely picked up market share in the quarter as strong results offset pricing pressure: Financial Post Staff


New subscribers beat estimates, rising by a third to 186,000 during the three months

This renter shows a five-star retirement is possible even without a real estate windfall: Andrew Allentuck


Frugal fifty-something has rented all his life, prefers public transit to owning a car and avoids debt

Five ways investing differs from gambling, despite what my son tells his friends: Peter Hodson


Peter Hodson: Unlike gambling, the odds are actually in your favour

Aphria posts surprise profit as cannabis sales volumes double - Financial Post:


Aphria posts surprise profit as cannabis sales volumes double Financial Post Aphria becomes first Canadian pot company to turn a profit - Article - BNN BNNBloomberg.ca Aphria Inc. Announces 158% Increase in Adult-Use Sales and Profitable Fourth Quarter Canada…

Bombardier to burn through $500 million in cash this year amid efforts to get rail division back on track: Emily Jackson


Chief financial officer John Di Bert said Bombardier said he expects this is a “low point” and that the outlook will get better

Curtailments boost Canadian Natural’s profit, but company still wants Alberta to scrap production limits: Geoffrey Morgan


Canadian Natural president Tim McKay warned that the curtailment order could affect oil companies’ budgets for 2020

Jessica Yaniv case shows that human rights tribunals can undermine those they should serve: Howard Levitt


Howard Levitt: Human rights law in Canada today is a mockery of what was intended when the legislation was passed

When an employer says something is confidential, take it seriously: Howard Levitt


If a breach is proved, the employee may be liable for hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages

SNC-Lavalin interim chief says he is ‘best placed’ to lead the company amid underwhelming results: Gabriel Friedman


Missteps have contributed to a 57 per cent stock slide from the start of the year

Stocks sink and oil tanks after Trump says U.S. will hit $300 billion worth of Chinese goods with 10% tariff: Bloomberg News


Here we go again

Why a second Fed interest rate cut could force Bank of Canada’s hand: Kevin Carmichael


Geoff Zochodne talks to FP columnist Kevin Carmichael about the Fed’s first rate hike in a decade and where it goes from here


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