Market impacts due to war

A wave of violence has been gripping the world for the past few months, including the most recent one in Nice, France on Bastille Day where 84 (and counting) had been killed from a lone truck driver whereby early reports are conflicted if ISIS was involved.  And then there wasContinue Reading

Youth unemployment

Some may call them whiny and self-important, but when it comes to jobs, Generation Y’s sense of entitlement is partly the result of being pointed down career paths that have led them back to the same opportunities they had when they were teenagers. “I don’t expect vacations, shopping or extravaganceContinue Reading

The economy shrank by 0.3 per cent in May, the second consecutive monthly decline, with slumps in mining, and oil and gas production leading the downturn, according to a report by Statistics Canada. The agency says the shrinkage comes on the heels of a stagnant April. The last rise inContinue Reading

Canada’s economy has done a good job of recouping all the jobs lost during the recession — just not as good as the numbers suggest, a new TD Bank report concludes. The analysis, which comes a day before Friday’s data for December closes the books on 2010, notes that givenContinue Reading