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Inside the Economy with SH&J: September 26, 2016

It is no surprise that the Fed elected not to raise interest rates this month, although the Consumer Price Index is creeping back to the level the Feds are seeking. 70 more words


USD/CAD Broke Out Of Its Bearish Trend Before Canadian Data

On Friday, USD/CAD finally broke out of its losing streak that it has been in for the past few days when the dollar finally rebounded versus its Canadian counterpart. 388 more words


Market News Briefing – Sept. 16th 2016 13:30 (GMT+1)

US consumer prices rose in August by 0.2%.
This is a surprising result, given that the market expectations stood at 0.1%.

Market Up 5.05% YTD

The S&P 500 index has advanced 5.05% while the CBOE Market Volatility index dropped 7.69% year to date through September 15.

U.S. inflation as measured by the consumer price index remained muted in August further pushing back the likelihood that Federal Reserve will raise interest rates by year end, held by elections in November.


Market News Briefing – Sept. 14th 2016 09:00 (GMT+1)

The European stock markets are going up this morning, after yesterday they closed at the lowest level for more than a month.
FTSE rising by 0.2%, the DAX adds 0.2% and the CAC rising by 0.1%. 41 more words

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A comparison of minimum wage rates across the country

Alberta’s NDP government is locking in minimum-wage increases that will see all workers paid at least $15 an hour by 2018. Here’s a look at how minimum-wage workers are paid across the country: 142 more words

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Consumer Price Index Numbers for the month of August 2016

Consumer Price Index Numbers on Base 2012=100 for Rural, Urban and combined for the month of August 2016
The Central Statistics Office (CSO), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation has revised the Base Year of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) from 2010=100 to 2012=100 with effect from the release of indices for the month of January 2015. 869 more words

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