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Ontario's wine industry worth $7B: Study|
Every bottle of wine produced in Ontario creates spinoff benefits worth $40, an economic impact study found, adding up to a national economic impact of almost $7 billion and more than 31,000 jobs.
Job creation surest path to deficit reduction
When Finance Minister Jim Flaherty rises in the House of Commons Thursday at 4 p.m. to present his government's 2013-2014 budget, there will be 1.3 million Canadians who are likely to pay particular attention to the measures he will announce.
Cyprus aims to let small savers off bank tax
Cyprus's government proposed to spare small savers from a divisive levy on bank deposits but said it expected parliament to reject the measure, needed to secure an international rescue and avoid a default that would shake the euro zone.
Approach 'teaser' mortgage rates with caution|
One major bank's decision to shave the posted rate it charges for five-year mortgages from 3.09% to 2.99% in an effort to woo new borrowers in advance of the prime real-estate market has many asking if this a good time for first-time buyers to enter the housing market.
Scotiabank profit jumps|
Bank of Nova Scotia capped the Canadian bank earnings season with a better-than-expected 13% profit gain and a dividend hike, helped by higher markets-related income and the acquisition of Canadian online lender ING Direct.
Forbes releases 2013 rich list|
Spain's Amancio Ortega, elevated by Forbes to become the third richest person in the world, may have discovered fashion's secret of eternal youth.
J.C. Penney shares fall after sales plunge|
Shares of department store chain J.C. Penney Co Inc fell as much as 22% on Thursday, after it reported its sharpest drop in quarterly sales since unveiling a transformation plan that has failed to impress customers.
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No end to monetary uncertainty|
The Federal Reserve in the U.S. has kept its target interest rate close to 0% since 2009. Until last summer, it had said it expected to keep them there until 2014.