Monday, August 15, 2016

Just What We Need, More Ambiguity In The Market

U.S. election, Brexit may weigh on rate moves on both sides of the border

OTTAWA - Two years ago, the global collapse in oil prices rattled financial markets and choked resources-reliant economies like Canada's. But by late 2015 much of the damage seemed to have been contained and signs of stability were beginning to appear. The U.S. central bank, for example, had already set a course for a series of…