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World markets

Shanghai 3,262.30 -43.43 (-1.31%)
Nikkei 225 17,606.22 -189.51 (-1.06%)
Hang Seng Index 24,595.85 -265.96 (-1.07%)
TSEC 9,426.90 -84.02 (-0.88%)
FTSE 100 6,809.84 -16.10 (-0.24%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,366.91 +7.95 (0.24%)
CAC 40 4,625.98 +15.04 (0.33%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,569.50 +16.70 (0.30%)
BSE Sensex 29,681.77 +122.59 (0.41%)
TA25 1,447.85 -5.32 (-0.37%)
SMI 8,406.55 +95.00 (1.14%)
ATX 2,180.94 -13.20 (-0.60%)
IBOVESPA 47,589.09 -105.45 (-0.22%)
SET 1,586.40 -6.41 (-0.40%)
BIST100 88,557.78 -1,783.85 (-1.97%)
IBEX 10,491.90 +35.00 (0.33%)
WIG 52,040.24 +334.05 (0.65%)
TASI 8,878.54 -33.96 (-0.38%)
MERVAL 8,185.45 -136.76 (-1.64%)

Currencies

CAD/USD 0.7910 -0.0074 (-0.93%)
CAD/EUR 0.6990 -0.0086 (-1.22%)
CAD/JPY 93.4867 -0.3989 (-0.42%)
CAD/GBP 0.5252 -0.0021 (-0.41%)
CAD/HKD 6.1311 -0.0596 (-0.96%)
CAD/AUD 1.0185 +0.0066 (0.65%)
CRTC to allow US Super Bowl commercials starting in 2017
Canada's broadcast regulator plans to ban Canadian specialty TV channels from blacking out U.S. Super Bowl ads in favour of Canadian ones, starting with the big game in early 2017.
Canadian viewers will get to see US ads during 2017 Super Bowl  
Big-time Super Bowl ads to reach Canada by 2017  
Market Chart
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Top stories

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index rose on Thursday, recovering after a sharp fall in the session, as gains in the price of oil helped support shares of energy companies.
The Canadian dollar is sinking ever deeper, hitting its lowest in almost six years, amid the ongoing rout in the oil market and increasingly �dovish� central banks.
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. reported better-than-expected fourth quarter results on Thursday as the company sold record potash volumes and benefited from higher nitrogen and phosphate prices.
TORONTO - Sears Canada has followed through on a promise to begin meeting with some of the workers who are losing their jobs at Target Canada.
TORONTO - Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX:RCI.B) raised its dividend Thursday as it reported its fourth-quarter profit slipped from a year ago, even as the company managed to generate more revenue per subscriber from its wireless services.

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Bank of Canada daily digest

Money markets Change
Overnight rate 0.750% +0.0023
Corporate paper, 1 month 0.910% 0.00
Treasury bill, 1 month 0.600% 0.00
Inflation
Total consumer price index 1.50% -0.5000
Interest rates
10 year bond 1.75% -0.0600
Prime business rate 3.00% 0.00
Conventional mortgage, 5 yrs 4.79% 0.00