Average house price fell 11% in past year, CREA says + MORE May 15th

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BMO, CIBC's Simplii warn 'fraudsters' may have breached tens of thousands of customers' accounts - The Globe and Mail May 28th

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Apple hits record $1 trillion US stock market valuation Aug 2nd

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Waiting to see if declines in real estate sales translate into falling prices: Don Pittis Aug 14th

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Banks poised to report strong Q2 despite housing slowdown: analysts + MORE May 22nd

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Globalnews.caHydro One first quarter profit up 33% to $222M, dividend risingGlobalnews.caTORONTO – Hydro One says its first-quarter profit rose to $222 million, which was up 33 per cent from the same time last year. That included $12 million related to its $6.7-billion acquisition of Avista, a U.S. energy company. READ MORE: Doug Ford …Hydro One raises dividend as profit climbs 33 per centThe Globe and Mailall 8 news articles »

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The average price of a Canadian home declined by more than 11 per cent in the 12 months up to April, the Canadian Real Estate Association said Tuesday.

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