Canada would be one of the most-affected countries in a Trump-fueled crisis, credit rating agency says.
It's a wonder that the heads of state and heads of government of the G20 who just met in Russia spent any time at all talking economics. Seriously, how could they pull themselves away from discussing Syria (or Sochi, or Snowden) long enough to actually focus on the international financial system? Sure, that's the explicit purpose of the G20 meetings, but still, let's give credit where credit is due.
The report, titled "Executive Excess 2013," found that since the 2008 financial crisis, 40 per cent of the highest-paid CEOs
Canada's investment dealers are up in arms about new U.S. securities legislation that would impose U.S. rules north of the