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Greece anti-bailout leader Tsipras made prime minister
The head of Greece's far-left Syriza party, Alexis Tsipras, has been sworn in as prime minister and is set to lead an anti-austerity coalition government.
Greece: First In the World For Economic Gloom [Infographic]  Forbes
Greece elections: Who are Syriza and what effect will their new government ...  The Independent
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TSX declines, traders look to Fed rate announcement, Canadian/US growth data
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market was little changed Monday as traders played it cautious ahead of a busy week for economic data and earnings news, including the U.S.
Loonie little changed ahead of Fed rate announcement, GDP data  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
CANADA STOCKS-TSX declines after Greek election results  Reuters
Bank of Canada will cut interest rate again, TD Bank predicts
The Bank of Canada will cut its key interest rate again in March, TD Bank predicts in an update to its 2015 forecast. Last week, the Bank of Canada cut its target for the overnight lending rate from an already low one per cent to 0.75 per cent, in light of the risk ...
Loonie to hit 85 cents US in 2016 as Bank of Canada hikes key rate, TD forecasts  Business in Vancouver
Get set for another Bank of Canada rate cut in March, says TD Bank  Financial Post
Japanese retailer Uniqlo to open 2 stores in Toronto
TORONTO -- Japanese clothing retailer Uniqlo will open its first two Canadian stores in Toronto next year. Uniqlo is owned by Fast Retailing Co.
Japanese retailer Uniqlo plans Canadian entry in fall 2016  Reuters
Uniqlo to Enter Canadian Market in Fall 2016  Wall Street Journal
Why U.S. airlines look better than Canadian peers
It may be relatively easy to calculate the net benefit of falling oil prices on airline industry profits, but determining the impact on airline yields is much more difficult.
Canadians look farther abroad to make most of their travel dollars  Windsor Star (blog)
Bombardier selling military training unit to CAE, including NATO pilot school
MONTREAL - Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B) has signed a deal to sell its military aviation training business for C$19.8 million to CAE Inc. (TSX:CAE).
Bombardier Inc sells military training unit for $19.8M to CAE Inc  Financial Post
Bombardier to Sell Military Aviation Training Business to CAE Inc.  Wall Street Journal
Sears Canada names Ron Boire as CEO and president
Sears Canada (TSX: SCC), which has slashed more than 3,000 jobs in less than two years, has at least one new employee who will be ... Jan. 26, 2015, 10:02 a.m.. Retail & Manufacturing. By Tyler Orton. Sears Canada CEO Ron Boire. Sears Canada (TSX: ...
Sears Canada names Ronald Boire CEO  Reuters
Sears Canada makes it official: Ronald Boire appointed CEO, president  CTV News
City National Corp (NYSE:CYN) Investor Alert: Takeover Faces Investigation ...
An investigation on behalf of investors of City National Corp (NYSE:CYN) in connection with the proposed takeover was announced and NYSE:CYN stockholders should contact the Shareholders Foundation.
Haters Want to Hate on RBC's US Deal, But Should They?  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Royal Bank of Canada Goes Hollywood  The Motley Fool Canada
Oil steady ahead of US storm following Saudi transition
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. oil prices were steady Monday, ahead of the first big snowstorm this year in the country's Northeast, while benchmark Brent crude fell after pledges of no policy change by the top oil exporter Saudi Arabia after King Abdullah's ...
Oil prices stabilize after OPEC minister sees floor at $45  CBC.ca
OPEC chief warns $200 oil possible if cutbacks go too far  Financial Post
Why it's going to at least feel like a recession in Alberta this year
Whether or not Alberta sinks into an official recession this year, it's certainly going to feel that way, a new forecast from Toronto-Dominion Bank suggests.
Forecast predicts Alberta's economic growth will go from first to near ...  Calgary Herald