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  • Facebook will have the last laugh

    The bad taste left by a bungled IPO and persistent myths of corporate weakness are keeping the social-networking giant's stock down. But a lot of experts see big gains ahead.

  • Is it time to bet against Apple?

    I wouldn't short it just yet, but it might be time to take some profits. Apple stock has everything going for it at the moment, but the price is getting out of hand.

  • Place your bets on sin and bling

    As incomes in the developing world grow, so will appetites for gambling, high-end booze and luxury goods. Here are some stocks worth a look for this long-term trend.

  • Europe's woes are WWII hangover

    The Continent's currency crisis is causing old rivalries to bubble up, pitting financially strong nations like Germany against some of the eurozone's less disciplined members.

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Latest market news from Reuters
  • Norway's Yara, CF in talks to create $27.5 billion global fertilizer producer

    OSLO (Reuters) - Norway's Yara <YAR.OL> and Chicago-based CF Industries <CF.N> are in talks about a merger of equals that would create a $27.5 billion global fertilizer producer to rival world No.1 Potash Corp <POT.TO> in an oversupplied and fragmented market.

  • A man walks past an old Toronto Stock Exchange sign in TorontoTSX opens lower as Middle East tensions weigh

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index opened lower on Tuesday, slipping for a third straight session, as military activity in the Middle East fueled a rise in market volatility and weighed on shares of most major sectors.

  • Canadian auto parts maker Magna to open two new plants in India

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian auto parts maker and contract manufacturer Magna International Inc <MG.TO> said on Tuesday it plans to open two new plants in the Indian state of Gujarat.

  • File photograph shows grey clouds hanging over a Tesco Extra store in New Malden southwest LondonTesco parachutes in new finance boss to fix accounting scandal

    LONDON (Reuters) - Tesco rushed its new chief financial officer into place on Tuesday, trying to shore up a leadership team badly damaged by the accounting mistake revealed on Monday that knocked millions off the company's profits and billions from its share price.

  • People shop inside at the Hudson's Bay Company  HBC  flagship department store in TorontoCanadian July retail sales slip from record level

    OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian retail sales slipped unexpectedly in July, falling 0.1 percent from June's record level after six straight monthly rises, as strong auto sales failed to offset weakness elsewhere, according to Statistics Canada data released on Tuesday.

  • A man looks at an electronic board displaying Japan's Nikkei average and the stock price indexes of various countries outside a brokerage in TokyoEuro data rocks stocks, China soothes commodities

    LONDON (Reuters) - More downbeat data from Europe left shares on course for a third day of losses on Tuesday, though commodities got a break from recent selling after a reading on China's massive factory sector outpaced the market's bleak expectations.

  • Logos are seen outside a branch of Barclays bank in LondonBarclays fined $62 million for client fund failings

    LONDON (Reuters) - British bank Barclays <BARC.L> was fined 38 million pounds ($62 million) on Tuesday for exposing customers to unnecessary risks by failing to ensure client assets were properly safeguarded and adequate records kept.

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Latest Canadian Press updates
  • Foreign investments play role in asset mix - 2014-09-23 2:00 AM

    (Special) - Global investing can be an attractive and alluring prospect, but for many investors placing their money in foreign equities or markets also can be a bit uncomfortable.

  • Canada's top court rules against banks - 2014-09-19 9:09 AM

    OTTAWA - Canada's top court has restored a Quebec trial judge's decision that penalizes five banks for failing to meet provincial disclosure requirements when they charged currency-conversion fees to their credit card customers.

  • Costco Canada shuffles its cards - 2014-09-18 10:52 AM

    TORONTO - Costco Wholesale Canada is switching credit card partners at the end of this year.

  • Ontario pushes back on income splittingOntario pushes back on income splitting - 2014-09-18 9:38 AM

    OTTAWA - A controversial Conservative plan to allow some Canadian families to reduce their income taxes is under fire again — this time over what it could end up costing the provinces.

  • Tips on parting ways with your bank - 2014-09-18 3:31 AM

    TORONTO - Soured by problems with the bank he had been using for years, Johnny Hollick was looking for a good reason to take his money elsewhere, and a free iPad seemed like the perfect incentive.

  • Canadians look to balanced funds in August - 2014-09-16 8:16 AM

    TORONTO - Canadians continued to invest heavily in balanced mutual funds in August.

  • Domestic investors can miss global opportunities - 2014-09-16 2:00 AM

    (Special) - Investors generally tend to have a domestic bias and often are more comfortable putting their money into companies and assets in their own countries.

  • Women not as confident as men in investing - 2014-09-15 11:34 PM

    TORONTO - It seems that it can still be a man's world when it comes to investing.

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