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Jul 28 - Markets closed

World markets

Shanghai 3,663.00 -62.56 (-1.68%)
Nikkei 225 20,328.89 -21.21 (-0.10%)
Hang Seng Index 24,503.94 +151.98 (0.62%)
TSEC 8,582.49 +25.81 (0.30%)
FTSE 100 6,555.28 +50.15 (0.77%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,554.11 +41.01 (1.17%)
CAC 40 4,977.32 +49.72 (1.01%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,584.70 -5.20 (-0.09%)
BSE Sensex 27,459.23 -102.15 (-0.37%)
TA25 1,710.32
SMI 9,275.72
ATX 2,480.24 +24.71 (1.01%)
IBOVESPA 49,601.60 +866.05 (1.78%)
SET 1,408.07 -4.48 (-0.32%)
BIST100 78,024.02 +672.05 (0.87%)
IBEX 11,252.40 +107.00 (0.96%)
WIG 51,906.91 +168.05 (0.32%)
TASI 9,090.84 +10.82 (0.12%)
MERVAL 10,151.80 +157.37 (1.57%)

Currencies

CAD/USD 0.7738 +0.0068 (0.89%)
CAD/EUR 0.6994 +0.0079 (1.14%)
CAD/JPY 95.6360 +1.0855 (1.15%)
CAD/GBP 0.4958 +0.0031 (0.62%)
CAD/HKD 5.9975 +0.0527 (0.89%)
CAD/AUD 1.0535 -0.0009 (-0.09%)
TSX scratches higher after seven-day skid
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index edged higher on Tuesday after a seven-day streak of losses as investors picked through earnings reports and several resource stocks got a bounce from recent lows.
The close: TSX up as energy shares bounce on steady oil price  
Toronto stock market moves higher after weak start, Canadian dollar takes flight  
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Top stories

BlackBerry Ltd.'s huge cash hoard may help drive value for its stock in the near term, but the company faces deeper fundamental issues and lacks evidence of a turnaround despite its recent strides in software licenses, according to a Morgan Stanley ...
OTTAWA Canada isn't in a recession, according to a group of economists who study business cycles. A "resilient" labour market is offsetting falling gross domestic product and energy investment, members of the Toronto- based C.D.
MUNICH/TOKYO - Volkswagen overtook Toyota as the world's largest carmaker by sales in the first half year, achieving its long-held ambition three years ahead of target.
People walk outside a Bombardier plant in Montreal, Thursday, May 14, 2015. Ryan Remiorz / THE CANADIAN PRESS. Share Adjust Comment Print.
Craft breweries, wineries and distilleries will be able to sell each other's products in their tasting rooms under new changes to B.C.

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Bank of Canada daily digest

Money markets Change
Overnight rate 0.506% +0.0100
Corporate paper, 1 month 0.610% 0.00
Treasury bill, 1 month 0.410% 0.00
Inflation
Total consumer price index 1.00% +0.100
Interest rates
10 year bond 2.01% -0.0300
Prime business rate 2.70% -0.1500
Conventional mortgage, 5 yrs 4.64% 0.00