The Imf Cuts Its Global Growth Forecast For The Fifth Time In A Row To The Weakest In A Decade

Bausch Health jumps after short seller says stock could double: Bloomberg News

Andrew Left's Citron Research set a price target of US$40, more than 80 per cent above current trading

Bank of Canada exploring digital currency that would replace cash, track how people spend money: The Logic

An internal Bank of Canada presentation says benefits of a digital currency include the sharing of personal information with police or tax authorities

Google unveils Pixel 4 phones with radar, more affordable laptop: Reuters

Google also unveiled its first wireless earbuds and upgrades to its well-reviewed WiFi router and burger-sized smart speaker

The IMF cuts its global growth forecast for the fifth time in a row to the weakest in a decade: Bloomberg News

'The world economy faces difficult headwinds'

Apple finally redesigns world’s best-selling headphones with new Beats Solo Pro. It was worth the wait: Bloomberg News

This is the first major redesign of the on-ear pair since Apple acquired Beats Electronics back in 2014

Canadian business growing more frustrated as politicians focus on pocketbook issues over economy: Reuters

Economists say government should be focused on raising productivity to ensure Canadians are better off financially

Canadian fintech adoption rate hits 50 per cent, but still trails global peers: EY: Geoff Zochodne

China and India, at 87 per cent, sported the highest rates of adoption and the United Kingdom clocked in at 71 per cent adoption

Aphria, the first large pot producer to report second profit, soars in early trading - Financial Post:

Aphria, the first large pot producer to report second profit, soars in early trading Financial Post Aphria Inc. Announces Second Consecutive Quarter of Profitability and Positive Adjusted EBITDA Canada NewsWire Cannabis producer Aphria reports $16.4M profit i…

Barneys nears bankruptcy deal that could see Hudson’s Bay Company taking on its brand with shops in Saks, sources say: Reuters

Without a deal, Barneys faces winding down its business entirely

Diane Francis: Leaders should be forced to take a course on markets, business and free enterprise: Diane Francis

As it stands they want to turn Canada into a hotel where they can order anything they want, at any price, from room service then hand the bill over to taxpayers

There’s a contrarian case for investing in China right now, but whatever you do, don’t bet the farm: Martin Pelletier

Martin Pelletier: Caution is warranted

These are the election promises that could affect your personal finances: Jason Heath

Jason Heath: There's merit in proposals presented by each of the parties, even if some are controversial

Hong Kong leader's policy speech to focus on housing in bid to regain support - Financial Post:

HONG KONG — Hong Kong’s embattled leader Carrie Lam will focus on land and housing initiatives in her annual Policy Address on Wednesday, seeking to restore confidence in the city&rsquo…

‘No lights, no heat. Nothing. Period’: Unprecedented snowstorm forces state of emergency in Manitoba: Geoffrey Morgan

“There was no heat, nothing at all. No lights, no heat. Nothing. Period,” said Marlene Beardy, an evacuee from the northern Manitoba community of Lake St. Martin, who was waiting to check into a hotel in Winnipeg on Monday.

Brazilian restaurant chain Grupo Madero plans IPO -paper - Financial Post:

SAO PAULO — Brazilian restaurant chain Grupo Madero is planning to launch an initial public offer (IPO) in the second half of 2020, its founder Luiz Durski Junior told newspaper Folha de S.Pa…

AECOM nears $2.4 bln sale of management services unit-Bloomberg - Financial Post:

U.S. construction and engineering firm AECOM is nearing a $2.4 billion deal to sell its management services unit to a consortium of private equity firms, Bloomberg reported on Sunday.The deal to se…

Tourmaline to spin off royalty division — a move that could inspire other natural gas companies: Geoffrey Morgan

While Tourmaline values the deal at $775 million, analysts say the deal would have been worth more in the public market — as much as $1.25 billion

U.S., China said to reach partial deal, could set up trade war truce: Bloomberg News

As part of the deal, China would agree to some agricultural concessions and the U.S. would provide some tariff relief

Improving job numbers and wages will no doubt keep fuelling our love of debt: Kevin Carmichael

Kevin Carmichael: Debt is already growing faster than wages, a dynamic that probably isn’t sustainable

If you want to store your baby’s cord blood, don’t expect to claim a tax deduction: Jamie Golombek

Jamie Golombek: Tax court case denies deduction even though a doctor recommended the procedure because of a family history of disease

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