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Onex to Pay Up to $4.64 Billion for Swiss Packaging Firm SIG Combibloc
Email; Share; Tweet; Save; More. LONDON - The Toronto-based private equity firm Onex Corporation said on Monday that it had agreed to pay up to 3.75 billion euros, or about $4.64 billion, for the SIG Combibloc Group, a Swiss packaging company.
Onex expands in Europe with up to $4.7-billion purchase of packaging maker SIG  
Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions  
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TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian department store operator Hudson's Bay Co (HBC.TO: Quote) outlined a $1.25 billion refinancing plan on Monday, in a move to reduce debt taken on when it acquired U.S.
BURNABY, B.C. - At least a dozen protesters including an 11-year-old girl were taken into custody Sunday on a mountain near Vancouver as a demonstrations continued against a controversial pipeline project.
Manufacturing activity in China stagnated in November, British banking giant HSBC said Thursday, warning of 'significant' pressures on the world's second-largest economy as its key purchasing managers' index hit a six-month low.
LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks ground higher on Monday after a frenetic round of activity at central banks in Asia and Europe showed they are willing to do more to support economic growth and inflation.
​Canada is moving toward American-style inequality, according to US economist Professor Robert Reich, as wealth concentration in the hands of a few and corporate tax breaks only further aggravate the country's economic problems.

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Bank of Canada daily digest

Money markets Change
Overnight rate 1.00% +0.0025
Corporate paper, 1 month 1.14% 0.00
Treasury bill, 1 month 0.890% -0.0100
Inflation
Total consumer price index 2.40% +0.400
Interest rates
10 year bond 2.45% -0.0200
Prime business rate 3.00% 0.00
Conventional mortgage, 5 yrs 4.79% 0.00