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    • Investing
      • Get ready for round two of gold's cash-spinning rally
      • Casper has a plan to avoid the fate of other money-burning unicorns
      • Tesla is once again the most shorted American stock
      • Jeffrey Olin's Top Picks: Jan.

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      • After 2019 drought, here’s a look at 5 of the most successful Canadian IPOs of the decade
      • RBC says avoid 'highly euphoric' sentiment by picking small caps
      • Rick Stuchberry's Top Picks: Jan. 15, 2020
      • Solar stocks gaining 1,000% in Poland signal big change ahead
      • TSX in record territory despite energy sector losses; U.S.


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      • Goldman says it sold out of Uber stake after IPO lockup expired
      • Fidelity's US$1 trillion fixed-income head Nancy Prior is retiring
      • Fed announces plans for repo operations through to mid-February
      • Energy shares are 'downright cheap,' David Rosenberg says
      • Husky Energy's spiral continues as analysts downgrade stock
      • Christine Poole's Top Picks: Jan.

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      • Tesla's 'Ludicrous Mode' fuels more target hikes, burns shorts
      • Biotech stocks slip on lack of deals at JPMorgan conference
      • Ackman's Pershing Square one of many hedge funds to win on activism
    • Personal Finance
      • Pattie Lovett-Reid: How to know if you need financial help
      • Personal insolvency filings over 12 months increased 8.9% in November
      • Winning $70M Lotto Max ticket sold in Brampton, Ont.
      • Pattie Lovett-Reid: Kick your 2020 financial plan into gear
      • Pattie Lovett-Reid: The RRSP vs.

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      • Snowbirds file challenge against cuts to Ontario government travel insurance
      • Pattie Lovett-Reid: How to get your children on the savings bandwagon in 2020
      • 'Keep your eyes on the prize': How to (actually) keep your financial resolutions this year
      • Pattie Lovett-Reid: 2020 may be a watershed year for indebted Canadians
      • Many Canadians unsure how to use TFSAs to build wealth: RBC poll
      • Debt repayment Canadians' top resolution for 2020: CIBC poll
      • Pattie Lovett-Reid: Your golden years are right now
      • Feds delay stock options tax changes to make them more 'fair'
      • Pattie Lovett-Reid: After a year of steady rates, is the day of reckoning coming in 2020?
      • Pattie Lovett-Reid: Protect yourself financially before you have to
      • A Bank of Canada rate hike could be 'overkill' for household insolvencies: CIBC
      • Payback Time: As contribution room grows, the TFSA is the gift that keeps on giving
      • 87% of Canadians think food prices rising faster than household income: Poll
      • Garneau eyes airports overhaul as air passenger rights to take effect
    • Real Estate
      • Building boom set to vault Toronto past Chicago in skyscraper rankings
      • Montreal home sales jump 26% in December to end ‘exceptional year’
      • Toronto home sales jump 17.4% in December; prices rise
      • Housing starts slow in December on urban multi-unit decline: CMHC
      • 6 things to know about Trudeau's First-Time Home Buyer Incentive
      • Google quietly expands in New York in wake of Amazon's stumble
      • Vancouver home sales rise 88.1% in December from last year
      • Bed Bath & Beyond sells some real estate as part of turnaround
      • House values drop 11% in Vancouver, stabilize or rise elsewhere in B.C.
      • Home ownership elusive for young Canadians who fear going broke
      • Brookfield is considering a US$1B REIT listing in India
      • U.S.

        home prices rise most in five months as markets strengthen

      • WeWork clinches US$1.75B in financing with Goldman's backing
      • New home sales rise in U.S., cap best three months since 2007
      • Branches still pay off for Canada's banks even in the app era
      • Tarion CEO steps down, minister orders changes to board
      • Around the world, luxury real estate poised to (mostly) strengthen
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        home starts exceed forecasts, permits highest since 2007

    • Company News
      • Bombardier slashes forecast as it looks to accelerate debt payments
      • Magna forecasts falling sales in 2020; scraps Lyft partnership
      • Barrick expects it produced 5.5 million ounces of gold last year
      • Morgan Stanley completes banks' winning week
      • Of bikes and men: The marketing highs and lows of 2019
      • Starbucks to open pick-up focused location in Toronto's PATH
      • Casper has a plan to avoid the fate of other money-burning unicorns
      • Boeing reshuffles pilots after Max crisis exposes dysfunction
      • GM promotes 1,350 temp workers to full-time status after strike
      • Air Canada reaches tentative agreement with its customer service agents: Unifor
      • Delta jet failed to warn before dumping fuel over L.A.: FAA
      • Air Canada unveils first Airbus A220 jet for North American market
      • Goldman's US$1-billion legal hit mars fixed-income trading rebound
      • Citi, lone bank to detail pay by gender, starts to close the gap
      • Target posts rare stumble over holidays, adding to retail gloom
      • BofA joins Wall Street's trading comeback, consumer unit slips
      • Tesla said to be in talks to buy Glencore cobalt for Shanghai car factory
      • National Lacrosse League teams up with MGM on betting deal
      • Business confidence down, but companies still plan to invest : BDC survey
      • Encana shareholders approve move to U.S., bruising Canadian morale
    • Commodities
      • 'Shakeout' ahead: Aphria CEO sees industry consolidation as company slashes outlook
      • Cold blast means lower prices for Canadian oil sands producers
      • OPEC sees growing supply threat from rivals beyond U.S.


      • Businesses aim to reduce waste in 2020 as consumers become more eco-conscious
      • Encana shareholders approve move to U.S., bruising Canadian morale
      • Alcoa sees aluminum swing to surplus after fourth quarterly loss
      • Teck buying SunMine solar project in B.C.

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      • Drake gets into cannabis business with Canopy Growth partnership
      • Second-hottest year on record capped warmest-ever decade
      • 'It takes a little time': CN Rail CEO on post-strike recovery
      • Climate change is killing Alpine skiing as we know it
      • GasLink pipeline creating jobs for First Nations: Chief
      • 'We've lost our head start': Birthplace of semi-legal pot risks lagging Canada, U.S.
      • Tesla said to be in talks to buy Glencore cobalt for Shanghai car factory
      • Solar stocks gaining 1,000% in Poland signal big change ahead
      • Pot stock dividends no longer a paradox as Aphria floats idea
      • Husky Energy's spiral continues as analysts downgrade stock
      • Endeavour Mining ends talks with Centamin without a deal
    • Economics
      • 'Let's see how this plays out': Heyman on U.S.-China trade pact
      • Federal Reserve says economic growth was modest in final weeks of 2019
      • Manufacturing decline has hurt employment for men, StatsCan says
      • Recurring federal deficits could be risky for future generations: Study
      • U.S., China sign phase one of trade deal Trump calls remarkable
      • 'Rocky start' to a 'seminal speech': How Poloz spoke to Bay Street
      • 'Starting to wobble': Fidelity manager sees risk in Canadian economy, stocks
      • U.S.

        seeks biggest change to economic-data releases in decades

      • 'This country is lagging behind': Tellier warns on Ottawa's approach to business
      • Canadian business confidence rises on easing trade tensions
      • The Swiss Franc is rallying, but will the central bank intervene?
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        Senate Republicans aim to vote on new NAFTA this week

      • U.S. core consumer price gauge increases by less than forecast
      • Trump to attend Davos forum amid impeachment, Iran concerns
      • Former ECB official warns Lagarde to mind the expectation gap
      • Mid-life misery peaks at age of 47.2, economists say
      • Post-Brexit trade deal contingent on fisheries accord: EU
      • U.S.

        budget deficit widens 11.8% in Q1 of fiscal year

    • Politics
      • Zelensky says he and Trudeau talked crash punishment after Iran arrests
      • Senators prepare for Trump trial that could run into February
      • Trump to attend Davos forum amid impeachment, Iran concerns
      • U.S.

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        Senate Republicans aim to vote on new NAFTA this week

      • Andrew Scheer resigning as Conservative Party leader
      • Queen Elizabeth agrees to 'period of transition' for Prince Harry, Meghan Markle
      • Oscar-nominated Netflix film is slammed by Brazil's Bolsonaro
      • What’s next for Trudeau? A new cabinet, old wounds and fresh risks
      • Morneau says environment, protecting economy to be key focus of 2020 budget
      • Trump trade deal raises issue of trusting China to deliver
      • Iran protests turn violent in ongoing anger over downed jet
      • Here are some of the prominent winners and losers in the federal election
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      • Pelosi says House will prepare to send impeachment to Senate next week
      • Second China trade deal hinges on phase-one success, Kudlow says
      • U.S.

        probes if Russia is targeting Biden in 2020 election meddling

      • Taiwan stocks show both sides bet they'll win weekend election
      • Intelligence says Iranian missile downed Ukrainian airliner: Trudeau
      • Trump says Iranians sought to 'blow up' U.S.

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      • U.K. Brexit bill clears House of Commons after year of gridlock
    • Technology
      • Tesla may be the only big winner from U.S.

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      • Jeff Bezos's India visit marked by probe and protests
      • Facebook's augmented reality push causes leap in U.S.


      • Promised 25% wireless rate cut is on top of recent reductions: Bains
      • 10 tech companies that helped define the decade
      • Everything you need to know about cryptocurrencies
      • Amazon lifts restriction on sellers using FedEx to ship packages
      • Boris Johnson hints he won't ban Huawei from U.K.'s 5G networks
      • Exec Randy Lennox on Crave's 'frenemy' relationship with streaming competition
      • BNN Bloomberg Presents: The AI Arms Race

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