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Apple Inc. said to plan multi-billion-dollar bond sale for capital return to shareholders

Apple Inc. is planning to sell bonds to come back capital to shareholders because it taps the marketplace for its fifth multi-billion dollar offering since 2013. The iPhone maker will sell the securities in as much as 10 parts, using the longest-dated bonds maturing in 3 decades, based on you ...

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Aviva Canada Inc to buy RBC General Insurance Company for $582 million

Royal Bank of Canada is selling its home and car insurance business to Aviva Canada Inc. for $582 million inside a deal that includes a 15-year distribution arrangement allowing the financial institution to continue selling a “full suite” of insurance products. RBC leader Dave McKay indicated last year the bank was ...

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What you should look for when picking stocks to hold in your RRSP

It used to be that investors take their bonds into RRSPs to capitalize on the zero tax rate provided by these makes up about income-producing along with other securities, keeping their equities outside of registered accounts to consider benefit of Canada’s Dividend Tax Credit. Why you shouldn’t depend on postponing ...

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Two weeks in the life of a Titan Medical shareholder: It’s been quite the ride

For all equity investors recent years weeks have been a brutal experience: everybody is poorer compared to what they were at the start of the entire year. Investors in Titan Medical Inc., a business that’s focused “on the design and development of a robotic surgical system for application in minimally ...

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Gold’s rise in January bodes well for commodities for rest of 2016

When the price of gold rises in January C as it did recently by 5.3 percent C it always means investors can get the rest of the year to become a good one for that world’s commodities. In fact, when gold has increased in January, the S&P GSCI, an index composed of 24 commodity futures, ...

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If you thought the economy was bad in Canada, you should see what’s happening in Brazil

No doubt about it, Canadian investors have a lot to complain about. The marketplace is on a roller-coaster, pulled by doing this which by forces beyond our borders. The S&P/TSX composite was down more than eight percent by mid-January as benchmark oil prices dipped below US$30 a barrel and China ...

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Market turmoil leads to less appetite for risk by pension funds, State Street global survey finds

For those employees with a defined benefit type of pension, the ride ahead looks enjoyable; for those having a defined contribution plan the ride is going to be less enjoyable while those without a pension plan, start saving. Those differences result from the kind of pension funds on offer by ...

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Why Canadian stocks are down, but not out

It is a miserable start to the year for equity markets in Canada, but a high rally is in the cards for the country’s benchmark index, predicts Brian Belski, chief investment strategist at BMO Capital Markets Corp. The S&P/TSX Composite Index opened the week at 12,389 points, down 5 per ...

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The bear necessities: Here’s a look at some ETFs that can help during a downturn

This week, following renewed oil price weakness, markets reached bear market status worldwide, with the MSCI All Country World Index breaching the 20 percent decline threshold from a high set last May. If you wonder what that means, this is actually the part of the cycle whenever your adviser hides ...

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Equipment financer Element Financial Corp to split into two companies

TORONTO – Element Financial Corp. is splitting itself in two, moving executives say will help it boost the worth of its core fleet-management business while meeting investor demands to have an expanded group of funds. When the separation is finished, Element shareholders will own stakes in two separate publicly traded ...

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