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Canadian aluminum makers could duck Trump’s fresh tariff
Donald Trump just went back on the offensive with Canada, reviving a tariff on the country’s aluminum shipments. But thanks to some oddities in the metal market, producers in the Great White North could escape without incurring a full blow from the duty.
Canada adds 418,500 jobs, recouping 55% of COVID losses
Statistics Canada says the country's labour market gained 419,000 jobs last month as more parts of the economy were allowed to reopen.
Oil giant Aramco sticks with dividend even as profit slumps
Saudi Arabia’s state-controlled oil giant pressed ahead with a plan to pay US$75 billion in dividends this year despite sliding profit and a surge in debt, as the kingdom battles a widening budget deficit.
UPS, FedEx flex price power on delivery surge, driving up shares
United Parcel Service Inc. will apply hefty surcharges on its biggest customers during the holiday peak season to help manage an avalanche of residential deliveries spurred by the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Twitter president: How Trump’s tweets reshaped The White House
As Donald Trump prepares for this fall’s presidential election, he has been ramping up his activity on Twitter. In fact, Trump’s daily tweets have been the one constant during an unpredictable presidency.
Preferred shares fail as income alternative
Personal finance columnist Dale Jackson breaks down preferred shares and whether they're right for the average investor.
Larry Berman: Investors weigh vaccine timeline vs. election timeline
Today, I’m looking at the hope for a vaccine and wonder how exuberant the market is to get beyond COVID-19 backed by Fed liquidity and the fear of missing out.
Why gold and China tech are the best hedges right now
Covid disruptions and the onset of a new cold war mean inflation is looming.