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Sewing love, cheer into every stitch
Island of inspiration: Artist Adam Young paints vibrant scenes of East ...
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Recipes for the holidays
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This rum cake tastes like redemption
Inverary Resort to rebuild main lodge
Food court, apartments, pub planned for vacant Sydney building, originally home for the Cape Breton Post
Southwest reaches partial settlement with Boeing over projected 737 MAX damages
Oil market to remain oversupplied despite deepening OPEC+ cuts: IEA
American Airlines pulls 737 MAX from schedule through April 6
Delta predicts 2020 profit growth; CEO says more people turning to air travel
World Bank says donors agree $23.5 billion in new funds for poorest countries
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fifty-two countries and other donors have pledged $23.5 billion in new funds for the world's poorest states, pushing replenishment of the International Development Association (IDA) fund to a record $82 billion, the World Bank ...
TSX futures rise as crude prices soar on trade optimism
(Reuters) - Canada stock futures rose on Friday, as risk appetite improved following progress in U.S.-China trade talks, pushing crude prices to three-month highs. Washington has set its terms for a trade deal with Beijing, offering to suspend some ...
How ethanol plant shutdowns deepen pain for U.S. corn farmers
By Mark Weinraub and Stephanie Kelly RACCOON TOWNSHIP, Ind./NEW YORK (Reuters) - When the U.S. ethanol industry was booming, Indiana farmer Paul Hodgen made good money selling about a quarter of his crop to a local facility that produced the ...
Broker group warns of investor risks posed by U.S. direct share-listing proposal
By Joshua Franklin and Michelle Price NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission risks weakening investor protections if it allows companies to raise money in the public market through a direct listing without the ...
Pulled IPOs cap subdued year for Canadian deals, signal challenges ahead
By Nichola Saminather TORONTO (Reuters) - The scrapping of a second Canadian IPO in as many months this week caps a year of declining activity, highlighting the challenges facing issuers as trade uncertainty and the growth of passive investing weigh ...
Japan business mood gloomiest in nearly seven years as trade war bites
By Leika Kihara and Kaori Kaneko TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese big manufacturers' business mood sank to a near seven year low in the fourth quarter, a closely watched central bank survey showed, as the U.S.-China trade war and soft global demand weighed ...
Electronic Swiss franc? Not so fast, government says
ZURICH (Reuters) - The Swiss government took a downbeat view of creating a central bank digital currency for public use, saying it could do more harm than good and destabilize the financial system. "Universally accessible central bank digital ...
How Mexico's leftist president quietly made peace with big business
By Dave Graham MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Barely a day goes by without Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador berating business and political elites, whom he blames for fueling the country's poverty and corruption. But behind the scenes, the ...
China detains CEO of U.S.-listed P2P firm Fincera for suspected financial crime
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese police on Friday detained the chairman and chief executive officer of New York-listed Fincera Inc for suspected financial crime. Li Yonghui, a Canadian national, is suspected of illegal acceptance of public funds, ...
Banks to push for new EU access plan after UK election
By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Banks in Britain are drawing up fresh proposals for how they could access customers in the European Union after Brexit in a bid to influence UK-EU trade talks next year following the Conservative Party's resounding ...