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Inflation in Canada—follow the money

The Bank of Canada's “easy” policies help explain the current pain at the pumps.


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Central bank ‘equity’ quest raises questions about non-traditional monetary tools

Central banks may direct chartered banks to increase lending to borrowers from underrepresented communities.


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Rulers and bankers—eflections on Game of Thrones

Most plainly, the show tells us about the dangers of unchecked power.


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Though Canada escaped lightly from the last crisis, we may not be so fortunate in the future.

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In his book, the former Federal Reserve chairman confesses that the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department were powerless to prevent Lehman Brothers from failing.

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After her presentation to the Economic Club in Toronto Monday, Julie Dickson, the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, faced one key issue in questions from the audience: Do bank regulatory reforms in foreign jurisdictions extend beyond that called for in international forums such as the Basel Committee and Financial Stability Board?

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