Supercharged Loonie Takes Hit After Boc Holds Rate, But Recovers Momentum — And Then Some

The smartest guy in the room: How Jim Keohane beat the market, pushed a hospital pension plan to the top and saved Home Capital: Barbara Shecter

As he enters his final nine months in charge of HOOPP, the question arises of whether a successor can walk the line of risk management as successfully

‘Like Charlie in the Chocolate Factory’: Open Text CEO excited to deploy new tools from Google partnership: James McLeod

Barrenechea challenges customers to come up with innovative problems so Open Text can try to build solutions using Google's cloud capabilities

Supercharged loonie takes hit after BoC holds rate, but recovers momentum — and then some: Victor Ferreira

Strategist says the currency initially lost steam because investors may have been expecting the Bank of Canada to strike a more hawkish tone

Bank of Canada counts the costs of the biggest threat to our economy right now: Bloomberg News

Canada twice as exposed to impact of global trade wars as world at large — and it’s already taking a toll

‘We see Bank of Canada on hold for next couple of years’: What the economists say about today’s rate decision: Reuters

Chance of cut just went up

S&P 500 hits 3,000 for the first time as Powell’s comment lifts rate cut hopes: Reuters

Markets are hopeful the Fed will cut rates as early as this month

Nintendo unveils cheaper version of Switch gaming console: Bloomberg News

The Switch Lite will have a retail price of US$199.99, $100 less than the original, and be released Sept. 20

Bank of Canada holds interest rate steady at 1.75%: Financial Post Staff

The Bank of Canada, as widely expected, held interest rates steady at 1.75 per cent today

Bank of Canada maintains interest rate: Read the official statement: Financial Post Staff

Bank of Canada holds its key interest rate at 1.75 per cent

Brookfield plans offer for majority stake in India’s debt-laden Suzlon Energy: Bloomberg News

A binding offer from Brookfield could come as soon as the end of this month, a source says

Down to Business podcast: How open banking could change our lives: Geoff Zochodne

What open banking is, what it will do for consumers and how Canada risks falling behind in this global trend

FP Dealmakers: After a tough first half, Bay Street bets on low interest rates driving more deals: Julius Melnitzer

Mining was a bright spot, but trade tensions and prospects of higher interest rates sucked the life out of deal flow in the first half of 2019

Innovation Energy: Tidal power is a promising source of electricity, but faces significant waves of challenges: Quentin Casey

Canadian companies have the tech to harness energy from the tides, but sagging investor confidence has left results slow coming and disappointing

Bank of Canada expected to part ways with central bankers around the world today: Reuters

Fed is signalling it will cut rates, Australia already has. Why is Canada the outlier?

Canadian Natural eyeing a piece of Alberta's $3.7-billion oil-by-rail sale - Financial Post:

Canadian Natural eyeing a piece of Alberta's $3.7-billion oil-by-rail sale Financial Post CALGARY – Some of the largest oil companies in Canada are in talks to purchase the crude-by-rail contracts currently held by the Alberta government that... View full cov…

Google’s cloud deal sends Canada’s Open Text to a record high: Bloomberg News

Open Text's stock has gained 26 per cent this year

Ontario Teachers’ names Jo Taylor as next CEO to succeed Ron Mock: Bloomberg News

Taylor, who's currently executive managing director of global development at Ontario Teachers', will take on the role on Jan. 1

Surging housing starts add fuel to prospect of Bank of Canada raising its economic outlook: Nicholas Sokic

Housing starts all across the country saw a nearly 25 per cent increase in June from May

There are good reasons for Trudeau to lobby for Mark Carney to take over as head of the IMF: Kevin Carmichael

Kevin Carmichael: There never has been a better opportunity to stop the cycle of the EU claiming the IMF as its own on Day One

Two top banks slash CannTrust price target in half because of Health Canada probe: Vanmala Subramaniam

Unclear why marijuana was grown in unlicensed rooms

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