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What Brexit Could Mean for Canadian Small Businesses

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Five ways the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union could affect your company

Who Wins and Who Loses from the Loonie’s Fall?


On Tuesday, the Canadian dollar dropped to a 13-year low against the greenback. A look at the beneficiaries and victims of the currency's nosedive

Has the Low Loonie Hurt Your Business?


A new survey suggests more small business have been hurt than helped by the decline of the dollar

A Better Way to Clear Chinese Sales


In this week's Export Wire: Should Canada have its own yuan trading hub?; Canada wins on country-of-origin labelling; and Uber scores a win for business travellers

How to Smooth Out the Loonie’s Flight

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The dollar's going down, but it can jerk up just when you're getting paid. Using forward contracts will reduce your stress—and losses

The Case for Using Chinese Currency


Only a small fraction of Canadian business with China is settled in RMB. And that's becoming a competitive disadvantage

What the Weak Loonie Really Means


The Canadian dollar has softened significantly in the past year, and exporters shouldn't expect it to strengthen any time soon

Brace Yourself for Big Inflation


As trillions of dollars re-enter the economy, central banks will face a major challenge: keeping currencies in check

Is Free Trade with Japan Coming?


In this week’s Export Wire: Japan is eager to follow South Korea’s lead. Plus: How the U.S. will influence the loonie and the possible end of roaming charges

Was Mark Carney Wrong All Along?

Mark Carney, former governor of the Bank of Canada

New criticism blames the actions of the former Bank of Canada head for manufacturing's struggles. Is it fair?

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