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BMO, Scotiabank beat expectations, but beyond the numbers, concerns arise
TORONTO -- Two of Canada's big banks reported first-quarter results Tuesday that were higher than expected, but the earnings were driven by potentially unstable trading revenues as slowing loan growth and rock-bottom interest rates offset gains.
Bank of Montreal profit soars above market expectations  BNN
Bank of Montreal beats on wealth management gains  MarketWatch
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37% of young homeowners borrow from 'bank of mom and dad,' HSBC survey indicates
The vast majority of Canadian millennials in a global survey of over 9,000 adults plan to buy a home soon, but most are nowhere near financially ready to enter the market.
Millennials are buying homes but many have parental help, survey finds  The Globe and Mail
About 83% millennials intend to buy home in five years, says study  Financial Express
Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc's declining sales show turnaround ...
The drugmaker reported a sharp drop in sales last quarter, and still has US$30 billion in debt hanging over its balance sheet that can only be dealt with by selling assets or improving cash flow.
Valeant predicts tough 2017 with revenue to decline  The Globe and Mail
Valeant's revenue drops 13% in fourth quarter  CTV News
Why Toronto's condo rental market is described as 'ridiculous'
Every day it feels like there is another headline about how impossible it is to buy a house or condo in Toronto. But have you tried renting lately?
Big banks are freaking out about Toronto real estate  Mortgage Broker News
BMO tops forecasts; Scotiabank hikes payout but reaction tepid
Bank of Montreal continued the big banks' run of better-than-expected profits for the fiscal first quarter, but analysts were lukewarm about Bank of Nova Scotia's results over the same stretch, even as it hiked its quarterly dividend by 2 cents.
Bank of Montreal earnings blow past expectations, while Scotiabank hikes ...  Financial Post
Scotiabank Q1 profit rises 10 per cent to $2.01B of net income, raising dividend  CTV News
The close: TSX continues decline as bank, gold shares fall
Canada's main stock index posted its lowest close in three weeks on Monday, falling for the fourth straight day as gold stocks declined sharply, while the heavyweight financial services group also lost ground.
TSX rises as Bank of Montreal jumps; energy weighs  Reuters Canada
TSX pulls back for a fourth session, all eyes on Trump speech Tuesday  News1130
Canada producer prices rise for fifth month in a row
OTTAWA - Canadian producer prices rose for the fifth month in a row in January, increasing by 0.4 per cent from December on higher prices for energy and petroleum products, Statistics Canada said on Tuesday.
Canada Jan producer prices up 0.4 pct on energy, petroleum  Times of India
Canada Industrial Product and Raw Material Price Indexes Rise in January  Economic Calendar
FinTRAC vows review as Manulife admits to previous penalty
The head of Canada's federal watchdog for financial transactions is promising a review of his agency's penalty policies after Manulife Financial Corp.
Manulife admits it was the bank fined $1.2 million by Canada's money ...  Toronto Star
Manulife says its banking unit was penalized for 'administrative lapses'  Waterloo Record
What to watch for when Trump makes 1st address to Congress
WASHINGTON -- A presidential address to Congress is always part policy speech, part political theatre. With U.S. President Donald Trump, a former reality TV star, there's extra potential for drama as he makes his first address to Congress.
Trump looks for reset with speech to Congress  The Globe and Mail
Donald Trump says 'Obama is behind' recent protests
Conservative MPs want Liberals to scrap planned carbon tax to get Albertans ...
WATCH ABOVE: As Alberta's economy begins to turn around, politicians are fiercely debating whether a carbon tax will help or hurt the recovery.
There are nearly 44K unfilled jobs in Alberta. So what's going on?
Alberta Party seeks government budgeting changes  640 Toronto News