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RBC looking to buy Bank of America wealth unit: sources
�Bank of America is selling because it is shrinking the company. This must be its first priority,� said Richard Bove, a banking analyst at Rochdale Securities in Lutz, Florida.
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High oil prices to permanently stunt global growth: Rubin
TrendingTarget Canada | Russia | Oil | BlackBerry | Keystone XL | Apple Inc | Red Tape Week. High oil prices to permanently stunt .... More pain in the oil patch: CanElson Drilling halves dividend, cuts capital budget by 80% · Samsung Electronics Co ...
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Lawrence Solomon: Green power failure
In the event of a Republican sweep, the gap between power prices in the U.S. and the rest of the developed world will increase even more as �Drill, baby, drill� Republicans remove the existing restraints on the U.S. fossil-fuel industry, and slash the ...
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Jack Mintz: National energy strategy would be highly dangerous
The first is �drill baby drill,� which would be to maximize production with some regulatory or tax policies to achieve limited targets that would not undermine severely fossil fuel production (such as small carbon levies with technology fund grants or ...
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Manulife chief criticizes 'onerous and difficult' regulations
In his address to the company's annual meeting on Thursday, Mr. Guloien said he was �confounded� by some of the �onerous and difficult constraints imposed by our regulations and accounting regime�� The result, Mr. Guloien said, is Canadian life ...
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RBC chief Nixon weighs in on housing bubble furor
Sales of new condominiums in Toronto reached 6,070 units in the first three months of the year, a record for the first quarter, market research firm Urbanation Inc. reported May 7. As many as 40 new projects with more than 11,000 units could come on ...
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Celtic House Venture Partners announces $105M fund
fotoliaCanadian venture capital fundraising appears to be on the rise. Celtic House announced the close of a $105-million fund Tuesday and the CVCA said VC fundraising showed impressive year-over-year growth in the first quarter of 2012.
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Time for Greece's free ride to end
Kostas Tsironis/BloombergThe party called Greece is over and the messy Greek election result has led credible Europeans to discuss and quantify the cost of Greece's exit from the eurozone.
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Enbridge braces for more pipeline backlash as annual meeting nears
Canada's largest crude transporter has also opted to hold this year's AGM in the country's financial capital, where many groups opposing the pipeline command a strong presence and where the risk of a public relations backlash affecting the company's ...
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RIM's top lawyer resigns ahead of expected layoffs
RIM's shares have fallen some 75% in the last year while its market share has shriveled against competition from iPhone maker Apple Inc. and a slew of manufacturers using Google Inc.'s Android operating system. RIM's Toronto-listed rose 0.9% to $11.34 ...
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