David ParkinsonEconomics Reporter Published February 25, 2020 Updated February 25, 2020 For Subscribers Comments Share Please log in to listen to this story. Also available in French and Mandarin. Log In Create Free Account Getting audio file... Audio for this article is not available at this time. Full Disclaimer Open this photo in gallery The…
A sign on the Trans Canada Highway welcomes visitors to Medicine Hat, Alta., a community of about 63,000 people hit hard by a years-long slump in natural gas prices. Jeff McIntosh/The Globe and Mail The signs on the edge of Medicine Hat welcome visitors to …
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Eric Reguly European bureau chief Rome Published July 5, 2019 Updated July 5, 2019 For Subscribers Comments Open this photo in gallery Christine Lagarde not being an economist is a good thing. JOHN THYS/AFP/Getty Images Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, was the long-shot candidate to replace Mario Draghi as the president…
Comments Here are the top reads on deals and financial services over the last 24 hours, Trade uncertainty, gloomy outlook weigh on Canadian IPO market: Trade uncertainty and a gloomy economic outlook prompted many Canadian companies to delay their public market debuts, opting instead for cash infusions from private-equity investors. Story (Alexandra Posadzki) Story continues…
The media and political reaction to Facebooks launch of a global cryptocurrency, known as Libra, and the digital wallet that would go with it, Calibra, was one of near hysteria. Facebook is already too big, too powerful, too intrusive. Mark Zuckerbergs monst…
Joe Castaldo Alexandra Posadzki Capital Markets Reporter Published June 20, 2019 Updated June 20, 2019 For Subscribers Comments Open this photo in gallery Rather than holding cryptocurrency in company wallets on behalf of Quadriga’s users, Gerald Cotten moved large sums of customer assets into his personal accounts at competing exchanges, a report from Ernst &…
Gillian Livingston Published June 18, 2019 Updated June 18, 2019 For Subscribers Comments Be smart with your money. Get the latest investing insights delivered right to your inbox three times a week, with the Globe Investor newsletter. Sign up today. Equities Canada’s main stock index opened higher on Tuesday, as precious metal miners were lifted…
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