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TA25 1,444.44 -1.43 (-0.10%)
KOSPI 1,978.54 +13.70 (0.70%)
SMI 9,058.51 -22.04 (-0.24%)
ATX 2,290.53
IBOVESPA 55,406.91 -677.13 (-1.21%)
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IBEX 10,642.50 +121.70 (1.16%)
WIG 53,084.63 -131.24 (-0.25%)
TASI 9,404.76
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Currencies

CAD/USD 0.8850 -0.0052 (-0.59%)
CAD/EUR 0.7116 -0.0080 (-1.10%)
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CAD/GBP 0.5635 -0.0055 (-0.96%)
CAD/HKD 6.8641 -0.0425 (-0.62%)
CAD/AUD 1.0274 +0.0018 (0.18%)
CMHC says house prices now have 'modest amount of overvaluation'
Canada's housing market looks like it has a "modest amount of overvaluation" in a number of markets, but otherwise there is nothing to worry about, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says.
Modest amount of overvaluation in Canadian housing markets, CMHC says  
Canadian housing market not at major risk: CMHC  
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Bank of Canada daily digest

Money markets Change
Overnight rate 1.00% -0.0016
Corporate paper, 1 month 1.14% 0.00
Treasury bill, 1 month 0.910% +0.0200
Inflation
Total consumer price index 2.40% +0.400
Interest rates
10 year bond 2.43% -0.0200
Prime business rate 3.00% 0.00
Conventional mortgage, 5 yrs 4.79% 0.00