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Not a day goes by without another big brand pulling ads from Facebook and other social media, a campaign that is weakening advertising-dependent sites but whose ultimate impact remains uncertain.
Eight major Canadian banks said on July 2 that they would heed a call by other major global advertisers to boycott Facebook, demanding the social network do more to tackle racist and other hate speech.
LIMA: Silver’s biggest monthly rally since 1980 has mainly been a story of strong demand. Investors are seeking shelter from pandemic turmoil and negative rates while industrial demand for the metal recovers in some parts of the world.
IT was the big idea at mid-year but already there’s some trepidation that a Transatlantic switch from US to European equities may have jumped the gun.
NEW YORK:Stocks across the globe were little changed on Monday as upbeat industrial data out of China and hopes for more stimulus in the United States were offset by jitters over tensions between Washington and Beijing.
NEW YORK: Stocks across the globe were little changed on Monday as upbeat industrial data out of China and hopes for more stimulus in the United States were offset by jitters over tensions between Washington and Beijing.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's finance minister resigned on Monday amid friction with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over spending policies and after coming under fire for his ties to a charity tapped to run a student grant program.
NEW YORK: One key investor takeaway from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's press conference on Wednesday: This central bank is not going to break a sweat fretting about future asset bubbles.
NEW YORK: Technology stocks again rode to Wall Street's rescue on Friday, lifting the main indexes more than 1%, but the Dow and the S&P 500 still posted their longest weekly losing streaks in a year as fears of a slowing economy sparked an almost month-long rout.