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Inflation reaches lowest rate in more than a year: StatsCan
The inflation rate across Canada fell to 0.8% year-over-year to April, according to Statistics Canada data released May 22. This is the lowest rate since October 2013 and follows an increase of 1.2% in the 12 months to March.
Chart that tells a story — deflation  Financial Times
Consumers to save $600 at gas pump, but spend it on costlier imported goods  CBC.ca
Winnipeg Free Press  
Royal Bank backs down on fees for credit card, mortgage payments
The Royal Bank is backing off on its plan to charge customers a fee to make credit card, loan and mortgage payments under certain circumstances.
Royal Bank backs off on fee change for payments after client feedback  The Daily Courier (subscription)
RBC drops plan to charge new fees after customers complain  Globalnews.ca
Yellen sees rate rise in 2015, gradual tightening thereafter
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said she still expects to raise interest rates this year if the economy meets her forecasts, with a gradual pace of tightening to follow.
US Stocks Buoyed by Yellen Remarks  Wall Street Journal
Is There Enough US Inflation for Fed to Raise Rates?  Bloomberg
Toronto stock market slips as crude oil prices move below $60-a-barrel
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market was moderately lower near midday as crude oil prices and the financial sector pulled back. The S&P/TSX composite dropped 15.16 points to 15,203.61.
Loonie falls ahead of TSX open  Stockhouse
CMHC finds 84% of condo owners want to live in them, not rent them out
A second annual survey of Canada's two largest condominium markets found that the financial health of owners might be, on average, better than some bleak headlines have suggested.
Condo investors in Toronto and Vancouver here to stay, CMHC survey says  Financial Post
Vancouver, Toronto condo investors 'in the market for the long term' ...  Business in Vancouver
Microsoft, Salesforce talks fell through on pricing: CNBC
Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) and Salesforce.com Inc (CRM.N) held "significant talks" this spring but could not reach a deal over pricing, CNBC reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Breaking News from CNBC's David Faber: Microsoft, Salesforce Held ...  CNBC
Microsoft (MSFT) Stock Falling as Talks to Buy Salesforce.com Fizzle  TheStreet.com
BlackBerry Ltd shares climb on share buyback plan
Pau Barrena/BloombergA BlackBerry Leap smartphone. BlackBerry plans to buy the shares within the next 12 months on the Nasdaq Stock Market and, pending regulatory approval, on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
BlackBerry CEO Chen's pay package plummets in value  CTV News
BlackBerry to buy up to 12 million shares for cancellation  Simcoe Reformer
Vancouver real estate prices pushing millennials to leave city: report
The rising cost of home ownership in Metro Vancouver could see a migration of highly mobile millennials away from the region, a report released by Vancity credit union suggests.
Why Vancouver house prices could trigger a labour shortage  CTV News
Vancouver housing prices will drive out high-demand occupations: report  Financial Post
Major oil spill could cost Vancouver economy $1.2 billion: city report
VANCOUVER -- A major oil spill caused by Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion could cost Vancouver's economy up to $1.2 billion, according to a new report released by the city.
Metro Vancouver to formally oppose Trans Mountain pipeline  CBC.ca
Major oil spill could cost Vancouver's economy $1.2 billion: city report  Brandon Sun
SkyTrain Expo Line shutdown: TransLink responds
TransLink officials will respond at noon PT to this morning's system outage that caused a major disruption of the SkyTrain Expo Line service in Vancouver.
Major SkyTrain disruption Friday morning stalls commute  The Province (blog)
All transit free because of 'freak' SkyTrain shutdown  CTV News