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Life insurance isn’t taboo. It’s a creative tool

Trust is not easily earned these days. There’s no place where this is more true than in the financial services industry. Take banks, for example. I walked into my bank this week. “Why do you chain your pens to the counter?” I asked the teller. “I trust you with my money. Shouldn’t you trust me with your pens?” I reasoned.

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http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/personal-finance/taxes/life-insurance-isnt-taboo-its-a-creative-tool/article30927193/?cmpid=rss1

Canadian factory sales fell 1%, hit by wildfires, Japan earthquake

Canadian manufacturing sales fell 1.0 per cent in May from April, the third decline in five months, in part due to disruptions caused by Alberta wildfires and an earthquake in Japan, Statistics Canada said on Friday.

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http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/economy/canadian-factory-sales-fall-1-per-cent/article30935506/

Bank of England holds rate steady

Britain’s central bank surprised markets by maintaining its core interest rate. Analysts expected a drop to help offset the financial battering the country has weathered since Brexit.

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http://www.dw.com/en/bank-of-england-holds-rate-steady/a-19400438

‘Irrational’ 10-year home price spike transforms Vancouver, data show

The proportion of million-dollar detached homes in Vancouver jumped from just 11 per cent a decade ago to more than 90 per cent last year – a dramatic increase that experts warn is “irrational” and could soon come to an end.

To read full article please click on the link below:http://www.theglobeandmail.com/real-estate/vancouver/ten-year-spike-in-home-prices-transforms-vancouver-new-data-show/article30898432/

Bank of Canada cuts growth forecast as uncertainty mounts

The Bank of Canada is lowering its forecast for economic growth this year amid
disappointing export figures, weaker business investment both at home and in the United States and global uncertainty in the wake of Brexit.

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http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/economy/bank-of-canada/article30899462/


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