Donald Trump Has Paved The Way For Our Leaders To Try To Influence The Bank Of Canada

Donald Trump has paved the way for our leaders to try to influence the Bank of Canada: Kevin Carmichael

Kevin Carmichael: Central bankers could be made more accountable to legislatures, not the presidents and prime ministers who appoint them

Child in hockey, travel on public transit? Boutique tax credits are back on the election radar: Jamie Golombek

Jamie Golombek: Tax credits meant to change people’s behaviour sound good in theory, but do they work?

TD took Epstein’s money after Deutsche Bank severed ties with the disgraced financier, source says: Bloomberg News

TD is the third major global lender linked to him after he became a felon

Rogue trader at Mitsubishi loses $320 million on oil trades that he tried to disguise as legitimate hedges: Bloomberg News

The oil market has a long and colourful history of trading busts

Food fight in Aisle 3: Inside the big-stakes supermarket strategy to lure customers away from restaurants: Jake Edmiston

Hot tables, store-made pizza, maybe even a microbrewery: Home Meal Replacement, as it’s known, is grocers' growth frontier

‘Fyre Festival for accountants’: CPA Canada takes heat after national exams plagued by glitches: Barbara Shecter

CPA Canada promises comprehensive independent review, but the stressed students don't yet know whether this year’s exam will count

A six-figure income isn’t enough to cover this executive’s mortgage, support obligations after divorce: Andrew Allentuck

Herb has to trim down his housing costs so he can stop dipping into his savings to cover expenses every month

U.S. cases of vaping-related illness rise to 530 as outbreak widens - Financial Post:

U.S. cases of vaping-related illness rise to 530 as outbreak widens Financial Post Number of vaping-related illness cases in U.S. rises to 530 as outbreak widens The Globe and Mail Vaping-related lung illnesses climb to 530 cases, seven deaths as CDC hunts fo…

‘Contagious sell-off’ will see U.S. markets plunge 16 per cent by end of year: Capital Economics: Victor Ferreira

Investors should also expect slower EPS growth from market leaders

‘We want to be leaders’: Jeff Bezos addresses criticism, pledges Amazon will be carbon neutral by 2040: Bloomberg News

Pledge came a day before more than 1,000 Amazon employees are scheduled to walk out to draw attention to company's inaction on climate change

Bizarre political landscape distracting investors from real problem: disastrous balance sheets: Tom Bradley

Tom Bradley: Non-stop monetary and fiscal stimulus has left us with a severely strained balance sheet and no tools to fix it

Retail stores experiment with renting out clothes as they try to capture extra customer dollars: Reuters

Strategy risky as it costs a lot to ship items back and forth, and it remains to be seen if rental clothes will cannibalize sales over the longer term

Quebec Provincial Police question 17 people about Desjardins data breach: The Canadian Press

MONTREAL — Quebec Provincial Police have questioned 17 people of interest and conducted property searches relating to the breach of personal information of 2.9 million Desjardins Group members. The QPP said it met 91 witnesses in Quebec City, Montreal and Lav…

Roku Announces New Streaming Player Line-up for Canada - Financial Post:

Roku Announces New Streaming Player Line-up for Canada Financial Post Roku launching new low cost streaming sticks and Live TV in Canada MobileSyrup Roku Announces 2019 Streaming Players, Adds 14 Live Channels in Canada iPhone in Canada Roku's latest Ultra pl…

First-time exporters grapple with rapidly changing trade landscape that can suddenly shift with a tweet: Naomi Powell

Trade Wars: Small businesses operating on a knife’s edge are at risk of shocks from abrupt tariffs, sanctions, export controls and corruption

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening review: The perfect remake?: Chad Sapieha

Nintendo's updated take on a quarter-century-old classic is made to be enjoyed by all generations equally

Trade war is plunging world growth to its lowest level since the financial crisis, OECD warns: Reuters

Economic watchdog warns global economy risks entering new era of lasting low-growth unless governments act

Licence suspensions raise new questions about how a CannTrust takeover might work: Victor Ferreira

'There could be all sorts of other liabilities out there lingering in the shadows. … You're buying everything, warts and all'

Tim Hortons pulling Beyond Meat products from menus, except in Ontario and B.C.: Colin McClelland

May reconsider the withdrawal based on ongoing feedback

Federal Reserve cuts interest rate: Read the official statement: Financial Post Staff

The U.S. Federal Reserve cut its key rate to 1.75% - 2%

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