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Making sense of the markets this week: June 16, 2024

American inflation is down, rates remain unchanged, tech bull market continues, Dollarama expands into pesos, and new stock splits.

Making sense of the markets this week: June 16, 2024
A shopper pauses at a display in a furniture store Sunday, June 2, 2024, in Englewood, Colo. On Wednesday, June 12, 2024, the Labor Department issues its report on prices at the consumer level in May.

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What is the inflation rate in the U.S.?

Inflation may have cooled in May, but the U.S. Federal Reserve is seeking sustained improvement.

What is the inflation rate in the U.S.?

Investing

Making sense of the markets this week: June 9, 2024

Bank of Canada cuts the key interest rate, Lululemon has a good quarter, Nvidia’s rapid climb continues, Saudi oil...

Making sense of the markets this week: June 9, 2024

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Making sense of the markets this week: June 2, 2024

Canadian banks prep for the worst, HP and Best Buy up big, more profits means higher-priced shares, and whatever...

Making sense of the markets this week: June 2, 2024

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Is food inflation squeezing your budget? Credit card rewards can help manage costs

Is food inflation squeezing your budget? Credit card rewards can help manage costs

Debt

Why young people keep getting caught in debt traps and how to break the cycle

Ever-increasing credit card limits, lifestyle creep and a rising cost of living are contributing to a rise in debt...

Why young people keep getting caught in debt traps and how to break the cycle
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Investing

Making sense of the markets this week: May 26, 2024

Canadian inflation cools, Nvidia continues to dominate, and U.S. retailers say that consumers are tapped out.

Making sense of the markets this week: May 26, 2024
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Food inflation in Canada: Who Canadians blame for rising prices

Canadians feel grocery inflation is getting worse, and 18% are boycotting Loblaw, according to a new poll.

Food inflation in Canada: Who Canadians blame for rising prices

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Canada’s inflation rate falls to 2.7% in April, driving up odds of June rate cut

The inflation reading gives some economists more confidence that the Bank of Canada will cut its benchmark interest rate...

Canada’s inflation rate falls to 2.7% in April, driving up odds of June rate cut

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