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Nov 21 - Markets closed

World markets

Shanghai 2,532.88 +46.09 (1.85%)
Nikkei 225 17,357.51 +56.65 (0.33%)
Hang Seng Index 23,893.14 +456.02 (1.95%)
TSEC 9,122.33 +30.80 (0.34%)
FTSE 100 6,747.39 -3.37 (-0.05%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,225.08 +30.86 (0.97%)
CAC 40 4,385.91 +38.68 (0.89%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,361.80 +57.50 (1.08%)
BSE Sensex 28,499.54 +164.91 (0.58%)
TA25 1,445.48 -0.39 (-0.03%)
KOSPI 1,978.54 +13.70 (0.70%)
SMI 9,074.80 -5.75 (-0.06%)
ATX 2,283.06 +5.42 (0.24%)
IBOVESPA 56,084.04 0.00 (0.00%)
SET 1,590.14 +10.94 (0.69%)
BIST100 82,946.41 -335.39 (-0.40%)
IBEX 10,657.40 +136.60 (1.30%)
WIG 53,328.93 +113.06 (0.21%)
TASI 9,422.84 -92.79 (-0.98%)
MERVAL 8,948.26 +206.59 (2.36%)

Currencies

CAD/USD 0.8897 -0.0005 (-0.06%)
CAD/EUR 0.7172 -0.0023 (-0.32%)
CAD/JPY 105.1800 +0.3200 (0.31%)
CAD/GBP 0.5671 -0.0019 (-0.34%)
CAD/HKD 6.9014 -0.0052 (-0.08%)
CAD/AUD 1.0296 +0.0040 (0.39%)
Asian stocks gain after China's surprise rate cut
BEIJING -- Asian stocks rose Monday after China's surprise interest rate cut as investors looked ahead to European inflation data due out this week and OPEC meeting to discuss oil production levels.
China Central Bank Cut in Rates May Be Short on Impact  
Where Is China On The Map Exactly?  
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Top stories

Civil disobedience on Burnaby Mountain, British Columbia, Canada this weeked, as 16 protesters were arrested after crossing the police line while activists continued to rally against a proposed oil pipeline.
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.
Canadian shoppers, always on the lookout for a bargain, look to push Black Friday sales into unprecedented territory this week. The promotional blitz that spread from the U.S.
Onex Corp. agreed to buy Swiss juice-box maker SIG Combibloc Group AG for as much as �3.75-billion ($4.7-billion) as Canada's largest buyout firm expands in Europe.
​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