Alimentation Couche-Tard’S Mega $7.7-Billion Fuel Station Bid Has Investors Filling Up On Stock


USMCA: Ratification is getting there but ‘difficult issues’ remain: Naomi Powell



Further obstacles now could mean North American trade deal may not be signed by the end of the year

Canada’s economy is resilient, but headwinds will keep the Bank of Canada in its holding pattern: Kevin Carmichael



Kevin Carmichael: Friday’s GDP numbers should mute recession talk, while bolstering arguments that Canada needs to work on competitiveness

Beware the ‘bezzle’: Three likely sources of illusory wealth in the markets today: Tom Bradley



Tom Bradley: With the 'bezzle,' you don’t know you’ve been robbed until much later

Alimentation Couche-Tard’s mega $7.7-billion fuel station bid has investors filling up on stock: Colin McClelland



The takeover of Caltex Australia, if it happens, would provide Couche-Tard with a platform to expand further into the Asia-Pacific region

The real cost of charitable giving is lower than you might think, thanks to tax credits: Jamie Golombek



Jamie Golombek: Here's the true, after-tax cost of making a charitable gift, along with some lesser-known giving strategies

Warren Buffett gets outbid by private equity in Berkshire’s ‘elephant-sized’ deal hunt: Bloomberg News



While Buffett is still on the prowl, he may not be willing to outbid private equity firms flush with money

Black Friday shoppers aren’t lining up outside stores this year like they used to: Reuters



A surge in online buying may have taken the shine off America's biggest shopping day

Canadian economy slows in the third quarter as GDP grows at 1.3%: The Canadian Press



But ‘hearty’ gains in domestic demand should provide optimism and give Bank of Canada reason to leave interest rates alone

Dip in foreign investment into Canada masks best year since oil shock: Bloomberg News



More evidence capital flows are returning to levels from before the 2015 oil price collapse

Why B.C.’s Indigenous rights bill is ‘impractically broad’ and inconsistent with Canadian law: Julius Melnitzer



The main issue with Bill 41 appears to be whether the legislation gives First Nations a veto on resource projects

Justin Trudeau, Chrystia Freeland to meet Mexico’s USMCA point man in Ottawa: The Canadian Press



Deal is stalled on concerns between the U.S. and Mexico, but Canada can play a role in helping smooth things out

In retrospect, selling the house to fund a $50,000 travel habit may not have been couple’s best move: Andrew Allentuck



They want to get back into the housing market and keep travelling, but the hard reality is if they don't cut spending, they will run out of money

Oilpatch gets much-needed relief as 150,000 bpd of new pipeline capacity comes on stream: Geoffrey Morgan



The $5.3-billion Canadian portion of Enbridge’s Line 3 project comes into service Sunday as TC Energy adds more capacity by year's end

Head of $247-billion Canadian pension fund says China-U.S. tension is here to stay: Bloomberg News



Michael Sabia says the world is fracturing into huge regions of influence

Canadian telecom complaints soar to a new record - Financial Post:



Canadian telecom complaints soar to a new record Financial Post Customers file record number of complaints about Canadian telcos CBC.ca Wireless woes drive surge in Canadian telecom complaints: CCTS BNNBloomberg.ca Telecoms complaints surge for another year o…

Further delays add up to major frustration for 8,000 would-be accountants after testing snafu: Barbara Shecter



Candidates will have to wait until next year to find out if they have received their CPA designation, putting their professional lives on hold

BMO’s Brian Belski on where U.S. and Canadian markets are headed in 2020: Larysa Harapyn



Here's what Belski thinks the markets have in store next year

Canadian economy faces a prolonged period of sluggish growth: Bloomberg News



Canada’s growth engines are sputtering, from investment and exports to weakening consumption as households cope with high debt levels

Canada’s biggest pensions may be at home on the world stage, but many others stay local to their detriment: Victor Ferreira



Home country bias in equity portfolios has led pensions to underperform international peers over past 12 years, FTSE Russell study says

It’s getting more expensive to eat, and economists are worried: Bloomberg News



Food prices are climbing fast in the world's biggest emerging markets, raising the risk of inflation



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