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Plastic pounds: British banknotes set for Canada-style shakeup

As if putting Jane Austen on a banknote wasn't enough, the Bank of England is now considering a major overhaul of all British notes including making them smaller and printing them on polymer. Wed, Sep. 11, 2013


Air Canada stock rides upward draft

Air Canada has emerged as one of the country's top performing stocks, rising by more than 50 per cent in the past five weeks, as investors bet on the airline's expansion plans and ability to reduce costs. Wed, Sep. 11, 2013


THE LONG CLIMB BACK TO NORMAL

There is perhaps no more potent symbol of the post-Lehman Brothers global collapse than what happened in Detroit.A city falling apart. A crippled auto industry. Workers with no future. Sat, Sep. 7, 2013


India leads emerging-market charge at G20

Hot money is suddenly giving emerging markets the cold shoulder, setting up a confrontation within the Group of 20 as India, South Africa and others blame the United States for weakness in their currencies. Thu, Sep. 5, 2013


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