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$600: Loonie-related price hikes are wiping out bargains at the gas pump
We're losing roughly the same through higher import prices as we're saving at the gas pump, Toronto-Dominion Bank says in a new report on the impact of the oil price collapse.
Canadian consumers cashing in on weak inflation  Financial Post
Chart that tells a story — deflation  Financial Times
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Royal Bank backs down on fees for credit card, mortgage payments
Royal Bank is backing away from a plan to charge customers transaction fees for loans, mortgage payments and debit transactions on some kinds of accounts.
Earnings Focus: Royal Bank Of Canada (NYSE:RY)  Markets Daily
RBC backs off on fee change for payments  MetroNews Canada
US Stocks Down Slightly, but Buoyed by Yellen Remarks
U.S. stocks were slightly lower Friday, but off intraday lows, after Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen reiterated the central bank's intention to raise short-term interest rates this year.
US stocks end choppy session lower on rate-hike worries  MarketWatch
Fed on track to hike rates as economic headwinds wane: Yellen  Reuters
TSX eases after recent rally as energy, financials drag
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index retreated on Friday, weighed down by cooling energy and financial stocks, with investors taking some profits after making gains in four of the previous five sessions.
Canadian Stocks Fluctuate Amid Inflation Data as Banks Decline  Bloomberg
CANADA STOCKS-TSX ends flat as financials, energy stocks weigh  Reuters
TV producer fined $400K, banned from selling securities in Alberta
Alberta regulators have ordered television producer Neil Chandran to pay $400,000 in penalties after concluding he improperly raised funds for entertainment projects - including a Las Vegas boxing match - that never occurred.
Producer of Energy TV ordered to pay $460000  Calgary Herald
ASC orders permanent bans against Neil Chandran, Energy TV, Chandran ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
BlackBerry CEO took 96 per cent pay cut in 2014, but it's not what you think
BlackBerry chief executive John Chen took a major pay cut last year after receiving millions in company shares. The head of the Waterloo, Ont.
BlackBerry Ltd shares climb on share buyback plan  Financial Post
BlackBerry CEO's total compensation dropped by 96 per cent last year  CTV News
Catch up: Condo investors in big cities readying to sell and other stories you may ...
Busy day? Here are five stories popular with Globe readers to help you catch up. Toronto, Vancouver condo owners look to list over next 5 years.
'Seller's market' grips condo market  Vancouver Courier
CMHC finds 84% of condo owners want to live in them, not rent them out  CBC.ca
Major oil spill could cost Vancouver economy $1.2 billion: study
A new study by the University of British Columbia has provided further insight on how a major oil spill in Burrard Inlet could have a highly detrimental impact on Vancouver's economy.
Major oil spill on Trans Mountain pipeline could cost city of Vancouver $1.2 ...  The Province
Kinder Morgan pipeline spill could cost Vancouver $1.2 billion  CBC.ca
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
Microsoft and Salesforce Merge? So You're Saying There's a Chance
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- CNBC has a new report about substantive talks between Microsoft (MSFT - Get Report) and Salesforce (CRM - Get Report) having taken place earlier this spring.
Microsoft, Salesforce talks fall through on pricing: Report  Toronto Sun
Microsoft tried to buy Salesforce for $55B, report says  CNET