Gold Gains $23, Heading To Six-Year High, As Investors Run For Cover After Iraq Airstrike


Minority shareholders win as Hudson’s Bay chair raises offer: Bloomberg News



The raised offer 'delivers significantly more value for all minority shareholders, well above the original proposal'

How much damage could Iran actually do to the global oil industry? — A lot - Financial Post:



How much damage could Iran actually do to the global oil industry? — A lot Financial Post Canadian oil stocks rise as U.S. airstrike stokes fears of market disruption Global News Oil Prices Climb Higher On Huge Crude Inventory Draw OilPrice.com Market Disrupt…

Elon Musk defies skeptics and meets Tesla delivery goal, pushing shares to record high - Financial Post:



Elon Musk defies skeptics and meets Tesla delivery goal, pushing shares to record high Financial Post Tesla's self-driving Autopilot system under scrutiny after 3 deadly crashes CBC.ca Tesla deliveries rise to record as car buyers rush for subsidies BNNBloomb…

Gold gains $23, heading to six-year high, as investors run for cover after Iraq airstrike: Bloomberg News



Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and UBS all see $1,600 gold

Bill Gates, whose fortune stands at $113 billion, is pushing for higher taxes on the rich: Bloomberg News



'I think the rich should pay more than they currently do, and that includes Melinda and me'

‘A terrible experience’: The CRA asked Canadians to assess its customer service — and they didn’t hold back: Jamie Golombek



Jamie Golombek: 83% of respondents had an experience that didn't meet their needs, and of those, 84% ranked their interactions as 'poor'

Bell exploring road condition-monitoring technology for cities and insurance firms: The Logic



The technology uses smartphones to measure the speed, location, vibration and weather on roads

Oil soars and stocks sink as U.S. airstrike in Baghdad shatters market calm: Bloomberg News



The risk-on sentiment that ushered in the new year came to an abrupt end today

Mark Carney’s new focus on climate financing would lead to greater scrutiny: oilpatch: Geoffrey Morgan



Global and domestic banks and investment firms have been inconsistent in how they evaluate carbon risks

This couple with $2.8 million in assets wants $10,000 per month after tax in retirement: Andrew Allentuck



The fear their savings and a pension won't be enough to get them to their goal

CMHC’s Evan Siddall prepares what could be his final acts as the most important person in Canadian housing: Kevin Carmichael



Kevin Carmichael: His biggest achievement might be the way in which he’s refocused CMHC on our housing needs, not our wants

SkyWatch raises $10 million in bid to commoditize satellite imagery: James McLeod



Waterloo-based startup 'trying to change how the space industry thinks' by automating process of ordering satellite images

Loonie may break out in 2020, but 2021 will be even better: economist: Victor Ferreira



Oil, U.S. dollar and bank rate all in play in determining near-term course

Financial consumer watchdog vows to get ‘more proactive’ in handling banks, new chief says: Geoff Zochodne



New head of FCAC promising federal regulator will be much more active as it prepares to enforce new consumer-protection measures

Here’s how to get over that post-holiday debt hangover fast: Special to Financial Post



If you're afraid to look at your holiday bills or feel like you spent too much in December, these tips are for you

The trade themes that look set to dominate headlines in 2020: Larysa Harapyn



These are the trade stories that will likely matter to Canadians now that the U.S. Senate appears ready to ratify USMCA in 2020

First trading day of the new decade — and stocks are setting records: Bloomberg News



'It's like showing up to a party with low expectations and it's much better than expected'

Looming Huawei 5G decision puts Trudeau government under mounting political pressure: The Canadian Press



Conservatives pressing the Liberals to deny Huawei a role in assembling 5G infrastructure, alleging it will allow Beijing to spy on Canadians more easily

Lower taxes, new RRSP rules and new annuities among 2020 personal finance changes for Canadians: The Canadian Press



Canadians could save up to $116 on federal tax changes that went into effect Jan. 1

B.C.’s top court rules for $6.6-billion Coastal GasLink pipeline, against Indigenous law: Geoffrey Morgan



Justice rules the natural gas pipeline project has suffered irreparable harm after protestors built blockades to stop work crews



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