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Turbulent Conditions Continue for the Shipping Industry

The shipping industry is facing challenging times. Overcapacity, low consumer demand and low charter rates have caused shipping companies to cut costs in an attempt to make up lost revenue.

International Shipping & the Port of Vancouver:The Push Is on to...

Even before the railroad arrived in the late 19th century, Vancouver was conceived as a vital West Coast port for North American trade.

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Beer and Dairy Deals Exemplify Food Industry Trends

Industry consolidation and healthier foods are the most recent trends in the food and beverage industry.

How Has Inflation Become Wishful Thinking?

Many economists are puzzled by the fact that neither economic growth nor inflation have turned out as expected despite the great efforts by the central banks in the western countries to reduce their interest rates again and again, even to zero. The central banks in the EU and Japan, in particular, even reduced their interest rates to negative values.

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How Has Inflation Become Wishful Thinking?

Many economists are puzzled by the fact that neither economic growth nor inflation have turned out as expected despite the great efforts by the central banks in the western countries to reduce their interest rates again and again, even to zero. The central banks in the EU and Japan, in particular, even reduced their interest rates to negative values.

Will Canadian Dollar Further Depreciate?

Canadian dollar continued to depreciate significantly in January.

China Strictly Controls the Housing Price Speculation

Recently, Chinese cities including Shanghai, Shenzhen, Wuhan and Nanjing have successively launched what is known as the strictest real estate regulation and control measure in history, substantially increasing the down payment, raising the threshold of house purchase and tightening the mortgage.

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International Shipping & the Port of Vancouver:The Push Is on to Create a Major Maritime Hub on the West Coast

Even before the railroad arrived in the late 19th century, Vancouver was conceived as a vital West Coast port for North American trade.

Beer and Dairy Deals Exemplify Food Industry Trends

Industry consolidation and healthier foods are the most recent trends in the food and beverage industry.

Conservatively Face the Uncertainties

After the Shanghai Composite Index in March reached 3,000 points, it appeared hesitant, making it difficult for investors to make decisions.

Stay Calm When the RMB Fluctuates

As soon as the Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 0.25%, the Argentine peso began to plummet, which caused many investors to worry that the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis woule happen again.

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Will There Be a Bull Market During the RMB Depreciation Cycle?

It makes sense that many believe there won’t be a bull market during the RMB devaluation cycle because capital outflow is inevitable during this cycle.

New Year with New Pattern

Just as the December issue of the Chinese Stock section of "CAIFU", "Do not panic about the Federal Reserve's Increase in Interest Rate" predicted, the Chinese stock market displayed an unstable pattern in December.

RMB internationalization and the Canadian hub: what to expect

The world’s largest banks believe that the use of RMB as a trading, investment and reserve currency will continue to grow.

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Turbulent Conditions Continue for the Shipping Industry

The shipping industry is facing challenging times. Overcapacity, low consumer demand and low charter rates have caused shipping companies to cut costs in an attempt to make up lost revenue.

Investment opportunities in Canada’s leading public equities markets

If you are like most Canadians, you probably understand how companies raise capital on a stock exchange by issuing shares to the public. You are familiar with the role of public equities markets, and you understand the risks and rewards of investing in public companies.

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How to be an Aspirational Investor

In a world of job insecurity and depleted pensions, global workers are seeking how to invest their wealth more wisely to protect themselves against unexpected financial crises.