Posts Tagged by Forex

Dollar steadies after bounce, focus on Fed minutes

The dollar index last stood at 89.686, up 1.6% from Friday’s three-year low of 88.251. read more >>> Source:: EconomicTimes.IndiaTimes.Com

Donald Trump Jr. praises ‘spirit of the Indian people,’ looks forward to signing new deals

“That spirit speaks to the future potential of what this country can do,” the American president’s eldest son said in New Delhi. read more >>> Source:: CNBC.Com

B.C. unveils housing plan that raises foreign buyers levy and taxes speculators

British Columbia is raising its foreign buyers tax and expanding it to areas outside of Vancouver, while bringing in a new levy on speculators, as part of a sweeping plan to improve affordability in the province’s overheated housing market. read more >>> Source:: CTVNews.Ca

Investors have abandoned REITs space on rising rates: Expert

Bob Stevenson, Janney head of real estate research, and Todd Briddell, Center Square CEO & CIO, weigh in on an article from Barron’s saying REITs are a buy right now. read more >>> Source:: CNBC.Com

Competition Bureau reaches settlement with Leon’s and the Brick

The Competition Bureau says it has reached an agreement with Leon’s Furniture Ltd. and the Brick Ltd. regarding allegations of deceptive marketing practices. Both will donate $750,000 worth of home furnishings over two years to approved charities. read more >>> Source:: CTVNews.Ca

Real estate owner Kimco to benefit from Albertsons’ acquisition of Rite Aid

Real estate investment trust Kimco Realty is poised to be one beneficiary of Albertsons acquiring Rite Aid. read more >>> Source:: CNBC.Com

How PNB scam moved the currency market?

The rupee could trade in the range of 64.50 and 65.20 to a dollar in the next few trading days, dealers said. read more >>> Source:: EconomicTimes.IndiaTimes.Com

Pipeline backlogs to cost Canadian economy $10.7B this year: Scotiabank

A lack of oil pipeline space, and the resulting discount to Canadian crude, is costing the economy roughly $15.6 billion a year or about 0.75 per cent of GDP, according to Scotiabank. read more >>> Source:: CTVNews.Ca

Backing up Europe’s banks

European banks are safer today because they follow a single rule book. Now we need to create a safety net to protect taxpayers if trouble strikes. read more >>> Source:: EuroNews.Com

Hundreds of KFC outlets in U.K. closed amid chicken shortage

KFC says about 470 of the fried chicken chain’s 900 U.K. restaurants remained closed Tuesday because of a chicken shortage. The company says the disruption started last week, when it changed its delivery provider to DHL. read more >>> Source:: CTVNews.Ca

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