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Tuesday January 30, 2024

Analyst explains why the Australian Dollar is his top currency trade for 2024

David Forrester of Credit Agricole shares his outlook for major currencies and central bank expectations for this year.

Friday January 19, 2024

The dollar is 'between two forces,' Deutsche Bank says

Stefanie Holtze-Jen, Deutsche Bank Private Bank's chief investment officer for Asia-Pacific, discusses how interest rate cuts from the U.S. Federal Reserve and the "two hot wars" might affect the currency.

Monday November 20, 2023

Argentina: Steve Hanke says many arguments against dollarization are 'absolute rubbish'

Steve Hanke, professor of applied economics at John Hopkins University, discusses the possible implications that libertarian Javier Milei's victory in Argentina's presidential runoff contest may have for the peso.

Thursday September 21, 2023

US dollar has a 'powerful set of fundamentals', says Nomura

Andrew Ticehurst of Nomura expects U.S. dollar strength to remain in the near term, and believes intervention risk is growing for the Japanese yen as it weakens against the USD.

Markets & Economics

Tuesday February 27, 2024

For Black workers, progress in the workplace but still a high hill to climb

Looking at the state of Black employment in America tells a mixed story....

Monday February 26, 2024

Jamie Dimon is 'cautious about everything' as he sees risks to a soft landing

Dimon thinks there's a better-than-even chance that the U.S. is heading for a re...

Monday February 26, 2024

Goldman Sachs and Abu Dhabi's Mubadala ink $1 billion partnership to invest in Asia Pacific

The $1 billion private credit partnership will co-invest in the Asia Pacific reg...

Friday February 23, 2024

Economic boost from Taylor Swift's Eras Tour could be overstated, Nomura warns

While the firm said the concert's effect on local economies was undeniable, it m...

Canadian Business

Tuesday - Feb 27, 2024

A fluctuating Frosty? Wendy's will test surge pric...

A sign for a Wendy's drive-thru that reads "pick up window" under the chain's logo of a woman with red braided hair.

Craving a Frosty? Better get it on a slow day if you're going to a Wendy's that'll be testing surge pricing in the U.S. The company recently announced the move for some locations as part of its new digital menus to be launched next year.

Tuesday - Feb 27, 2024

Cineplex has made nearly $40M from online ticket f...

Cineplex has cancelled screenings of a South Indian film following four drive-by shootings at movie theatres throughout the Greater Toronto Area the day it premiered. A Cineplex theatre at Yonge and Eglinton in Toronto on Monday December 16, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Aaron Vincent Elkaim

Cineplex Inc. has made almost $40 million from online booking fees, which are central to a competition bureau lawsuit against the Canadian cinema chain.

Tuesday - Feb 27, 2024

Vending machines had eyes all over this Ontario ca...

A person walks by the University of Waterloo (UW) sign on campus on Feb. 10, 2020.

An Ontario university is pulling dozens of vending machines that were tracking the age and gender of customers in the latest example of pushback against technology that tests the boundaries of privacy rules.

Tuesday - Feb 27, 2024

Alberta gives cold shoulder to wind and solar indu...

A wind turbine is pictured in the distance behind an oil pumpjack in a field.

The Alberta government’s seven-month ban on new large-scale wind and solar power projects will come to an end this week, but the province is unlikely to return to its previous status as a hotbed of investment.

Tuesday - Feb 27, 2024

Consumers will ultimately pay the price for Quebec...

washing machine dials

Quebec consumers will have fewer choices and be paying more for everything from coffee makers to washing machines if the government follows through with its revisions to the province’s French language charter, legal and industry experts say.

Tuesday - Feb 27, 2024

Canada's top pensions have trillions in assets. Sh...

A train in a concrete building.

Canada's largest pension funds, which hold trillions of dollars in assets combined, are trailing behind many of their international counterparts when it comes to shifting away from investments in fossil fuels, a new report has found.