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Stock Market

The meme stocks came for Wall Street, and hedge funds lost billions of dollars.
Never has there been a better time to rebrand Canada as the model for economic growth in this century.
The increase in the interest rate will have effects on various stakeholders in the Canadian economy, including consumers and businesses.
Sustainable investments now dominate the stock market.
Most people understand when they take out mortgages, they're signing a legally binding contract and both parties are expected to carry out their part of that contract. What many don't understand, however, is that these contracts are often bought and sold on a secondary market.
When Victor Chiu first called me from Vancouver with his idea, it was pretty radical.
The reality is that the performance of a commodity producing company is affected by many outside factors that could significantly impact their stock price.
Along the way, you've assembled a trail of savings -- a locked-in retirement account here, a defined contribution pension plan there, a mutual fund account at your bank and some stocks in a discount brokerage. It doesn't take long before your assets start to look like a jigsaw puzzle with pieces in various places.
We believe that the current "free money" policies around the world of negative or zero-ish per cent central bank rates have not worked and do not work, and cannot understand why central banks continue to follow this course. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.
Dividend stocks, especially ones with above average yields, have been excellent performers for the past few years. But with uncertainty dominating the broader economy and stock markets, a growing number of investors have raised the question of whether the good times can and will continue.