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Feb 21 - Markets closed

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Shanghai 3,253.33 +13.36 (0.41%)
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Hang Seng Index 23,963.63 -182.45 (-0.76%)
TSEC 9,763.93 +10.73 (0.11%)
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EURO STOXX 50 3,339.33 +26.94 (0.81%)
CAC 40 4,888.76 +23.77 (0.49%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,783.20 -7.80 (-0.13%)
BSE Sensex 28,761.59 +100.01 (0.35%)
SMI 8,567.18 +52.66 (0.62%)
ATX 2,815.22 +9.41 (0.34%)
IBOVESPA 69,052.02 +519.17 (0.76%)
SET 1,564.42 -14.05 (-0.89%)
BIST100 88,965.14 +377.48 (0.43%)
IBEX 9,561.00 +34.40 (0.36%)
WIG 59,331.91 +1,211.08 (2.08%)
TASI 7,057.79 -14.11 (-0.20%)
MERVAL 18,569.16 -12.65 (-0.07%)
IPC 47,614.99 +531.18 (1.13%)
IDX Composite 5,340.99 -18.30 (-0.34%)

Currencies

CAD/USD 0.7611 -0.0019 (-0.25%)
CAD/EUR 0.7219 +0.0004 (0.06%)
CAD/JPY 86.5333 +0.0567 (0.07%)
CAD/GBP 0.6097 +0.0006 (0.10%)
CAD/HKD 5.9069 +0.0038 (0.06%)
CAD/AUD 0.9916 +0.0006 (0.06%)
Mulroney: Canada facing 'rough negotiation' over NAFTA
TORONTO - Former prime minister Brian Mulroney says Ottawa may face a “rough negotiation” when it comes to NAFTA, but he believes Canada will emerge with better relationships with the United States and Mexico.
Mexico, Canada say NAFTA should be re-negotiated trilaterally  
Feds may face 'rough' NAFTA renegotiation, former PM Brian Mulroney says  
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TORONTO -- The parent company of Tim Hortons and Burger King is making a move to add fried chicken to its repertoire with an offer to buy Popeyes in a friendly deal.
Canada's main stock index rose to a new record high on Tuesday, led by the heavyweight financial and energy groups as oil prices climbed, while lower gold prices weighed on gold miners.
Businesses are getting a boost from B.C.'s $50.2-billion operating budget from tax cuts to eliminate the provincial sales tax on electricity and reduce the small-business corporate income tax.
B.C. Finance Minister Michael de Jong arrives to deliver a balanced budget for a fifth year in a row at Legislative Assembly in Victoria, B.C.
The taps have been turned on. Finance Minister Mike de Jong announced Tuesday nearly $3 billion over the next three years in social spending, with significant investments for children and families, housing affordability and K-12 education.

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Bank of Canada daily digest

Money markets Change
Overnight rate 0.500% +0.0026
Corporate paper, 1 month 0.860% 0.00
Treasury bill, 1 month 0.440% 0.00
Inflation
Total consumer price index 1.50% +0.300
Interest rates
10 year bond 2.28% -0.0300
Prime business rate 2.70% 0.00
Conventional mortgage, 5 yrs 4.64% 0.00