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Greek bank shares plummet even as officials raise hopes of fresh rescue package
Greek bank shares slumped for a second day on Tuesday as uncertainty over a third rescue package for the beleaguered economy continued, despite assurances from Athens that a deal could be reached within two weeks.
Greek market divides as banks sink, other shares rise  Reuters
Greek stocks suffer 2nd day of losses as banks plunge again  USA TODAY  
Low loonie expected to boost back-to-school spending
The falling loonie is expected to help boost the bottom lines of Canadian retailers heading into the back-to-school season. There will be an expected four per cent increase in back-to-school spending in Canada this year, according to global ...
Low loonie expected to lead to rise in back-to-school spending  Waterloo Record
Increased spending for back to school  660 News
Uni-Select adds Colorado paint supply business to FinishMaster expansion
BOUCHERVILLE, Que. - Quebec-based Uni-Select Inc. (TSX:UNS) has acquired the assets of a Colorado paint supply business as part of the expansion of its FinishMaster business throughout the United States.
Uni-Select Inc (TSE:UNS) Had Its Price Target Increased by Analysts at ...
Uni-Select PT Raised to C$60.00 at RBC Capital (UNS)  Dakota Financial News
Cold brew coffee transforming summer coffee market
NEW YORK - For coffee shops, business usually cools down as the weather heats up. But as the latest craze, cold brew coffee, moves from a hipster infatuation to mainstream staple, that traditional seasonal pattern is unraveling.
Americans' taste for cold brew transforms summertime coffee market
Alan Gets The Lowdown on Coffee From @JoeCofeeNYC  FOX News Radio (blog)
Second Cup posts reduced loss, new format store exceeds expectations
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - The Second Cup Ltd. (TSX:SCU) says it's beginning to add more new-format locations to its network of specialty coffee cafes, which continued to lose money during the company's second quarter.
Second Cup narrows loss  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
The Second Cup Ltd. Announces Second Quarter Results and Begins Roll-out of ...  SYS-CON Media (press release)
Low interest rates prompt savers to borrow to invest
Kevin Stone is 28 years old and already has over half a million dollars of debt, including a mortgage and a loan to purchase farmland.
Lower Interest Rates Help Savers Borrow to Invest
CPPIB buys into US health care real estate sector
The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board said on Tuesday it had formed a joint venture with Health Care REIT Inc., which operates senior housing centres in the United States, to hold a portfolio of medical office buildings in Southern California.
HCN Reports Second Quarter Normalized FFO of $1.09 Per Diluted Share  MarketWatch
CPPIB enters heathcare sector through West Coast joint venture  IP Real Estate
Toyota Posts Record Profit, Fueled by Weak Yen
TOKYO— Toyota TM -0.21 % Motor Corp. can thank a weak yen for its record profit. The car maker Tuesday reported a net profit of �646.4 billion ($5.2 billion) for its first quarter, even as slowing demand in Japan and Southeast Asia reduced its global ...
Toyota says not optimistic on China profitability; books record Q1 earnings  Reuters
Weak yen helps Toyota to record quarterly profit  Financial Times
How TransCanada Corp can recoup US$2.4 billion in losses if Obama rejects ...
Alex Panetta/The Canadian PressA yard in Gascoyne, ND., which has hundreds of kilometres of pipes stacked inside it that are supposed to go into the Keystone XL pipeline, should it ever be approved are shown shown on Wednesday April 22, 2015.
Permits Required to Build TransCanada's Keystone XL Pipeline in Jeopardy ...  De Smog Blog (blog)
Keystone XL opponents testify at permit hearing  Daily Republic
Lebanon's trash crisis worsens amid rising heat, anger
A Lebanese woman covers her nose from the smell as she walks on a street partly blocked by piles of garbage in Beirut, Lebanon, Monday, July 27.
Lebanon's garbage crisis worsens amid rising heat, anger  Ya Libnan