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TSX closes in the red as oil prices continue decline
Getty ImagesBuying sentiment on Wall Street got a big lift last week after the U.S. Federal Reserve said that it will be �patient� in deciding when to hike interest rates.
Canada Stocks Drop as Commodity Producers Tumble With Oil  Businessweek
TSX closes lower amid falling gold and oil prices, shortened trading week  Winnipeg Free Press
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Oil prices resume fall after OPEC comments
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - Oil prices slumped again on Monday, as comments about maintaining production from several OPEC ministers sparked a renewed selloff.
Oil resumes downward spiral on bearish Saudi comments  Channel News Asia
Oil plummets after Saudis say $20 crude is possible  Telegraph.co.uk
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Federal deficit expands to $3.6B as family tax cuts eat into revenues
The federal government's monthly deficit expanded to $3.2 billion in October, about $700 million higher than the same month a year ago.
Canada's Budget Deficit Widens on Tax-Relief Measures  Wall Street Journal
Canada budget deficit rises in October on tax cuts  Reuters Canada
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DBRS's new owners face era of greater scrutiny for ratings agencies
Tory Zimmerman for National PostThe purchase of DBRS by global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group and Warburg Pincus, a global private equity firm, appears to be a vote of confidence.
UPDATE 2-Carlyle and Warburg Pincus to buy credit rating agency DBRS  Reuters
The Carlyle Group, Warburg Pincus to Acquire DBRS  National Mortgage News
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Ruble Swap Shows China Challenging IMF as Emergency Lender
China is stepping up its role as the lender of last resort to some of the world's most financially strapped countries. Chinese officials signaled Saturday that they are willing to expand a $24 billion currency swap program to help Russia weather the worst ...
Lower oil prices hit Russia but could boost global economy  Irish Times
Fisher: No easy solution for Vladimir Putin and Russia  Vancouver Sun
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What's open and closed over Christmas in Halifax
Many businesses will be closed on Thursday, Dec. 25, Christmas Day and Friday Dec. 26, Boxing Day, others will have reduced hours.
Forget Boxing Day, the sales have already started  Telegraph.co.uk
Despite Black Friday deals, shoppers will still seek Black Friday sales: experts  Edmonton Journal
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Natural Gas Falls to Two-Year Low With No Cold in Sight
Natural gas futures tumbled to a two-year low in New York as mild weather and record production threatened to expand a stockpile surplus.
Natural gas drops to two-year low on mild weather, strong supplies  Fort Worth Star Telegram
Natural Gas Slides to Nearly Two-Year Low on Slow Stockpile Drain  Wall Street Journal
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Bellatrix defers gas plant, Cardium drilling in 2015 budget
Calgary intermediate Bellatrix Exploration Ltd. is chopping its budget for the second time in three weeks, dropping what was a $450-million capital plan to $300 million in view of continuing commodity price erosion.
Bellatrix delays Phase 2 of Alberta gas plant  Toronto Star
Bellatrix delays Phase 2 of Alberta gas plant, cuts 2015 capital plan by 25%  CanadianBusiness.com
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Maple Leaf Foods to close Winnipeg plant permanently
TORONTO� Maple Leaf Foods (TSX:MFI) says one of the three plants previously identified for closure will be shut permanently on Dec. 31 and the other two will close by the end of March.
Maple Leaf closing plant on Panet Road  Winnipeg Free Press
Maple Leaf Foods to close Winnipeg plant  Winnipeg Sun
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Truckers threaten job action over Port Metro Vancouver pay rates
Unionized truckers have voted unanimously to strike if an agreement cannot be reached over pay rates at Port Metro Vancouver. Unifor members met Sunday and voted to take job action if a resolution isn't reached by Feb. 1, according to union spokesman ...
Port truckers angry with rates eye new strike  Maple Ridge News
Government of Canada amends regulations concerning container trucking at ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
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