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Indications of national consciousness rising to invincibility on the 54th day of Canada's Invincibility assembly
by Global Good News staff writer
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24 August 2006
Signs of Canada rising to invincibility, through the assembly of Yogic Flyers trained in the science and art of creating coherence through Maharishi's Technologies of Consciousness, are seen in this week's reports from the press.
22 August 2006
Bloomberg News - Canadian Stocks Rise as Bank of Montreal Profit Beats Estimates
Canadian stocks rose to a three-month high. Financial shares gained after Bank of Montreal reported a profit that exceeded analyst forecasts, stoking optimism about lenders' earnings.... 'Earnings are still very strong,' said Ian Nakamoto, director of research at MacDougall, MacDougall & Mactier Inc. in Toronto....'I see no reason why we can't get to new highs' in the S/TSX with the help of the banks....
23 August 2006
The Toronto Star - Consumer spending lifts economy
Statistics Canada says its composite index, an early measure of how the economy is performing, rose by 0.2 per cent in July, with consumer spending leading the way. Statistics Canada says that in July, housing and stock markets rebounded from a spring slump....
The Toronto Star - BMO profit soars to record
Analysts are looking for some strong showings among Canada's big banks, after the Bank of Montreal posted record earnings yesterday and demonstrated that market activity remained healthy.... 'A good start to the quarter, but we believe there is better to come,' UBS Investment Research analyst Jason Bilodeau wrote in a note to clients yesterday....
Bloomberg News - Canada's Dollar Advances to Six-Week High Versus US Dollar
Canada's dollar gained as its climb to a six-week high attracted buyers and as reports pointed to a continued expansion of the nation's economy..... Jonathan Gencher, vice president of foreign exchange sales at BMO Capital Markets in Toronto [commented] ... 'The bigger economic picture still favours the currency....'
The Toronto Star - Surplus better than expected, Ottawa says
Canada's budget surplus widened in June and.... The surplus will be larger than was projected in the budget for this year.... Canada has posted budget surpluses for nine years, allowing Ottawa to repay about $70 billion in debt. From a Reuters report on this: The government raised its estimate of 2006 gross domestic product growth to 3.1 per cent from 3.0 per cent and said inflation this year has 'significantly dropped' from the 2.9 per cent estimate contained in its May budget....
And finally, a fulfilling report of a reduction in violence this summer in Canada's city:
The Toronto Star - T.O. dodges `summer of the gun'
... the gun violence many feared would once again dominate a Toronto summer has not materialised. 'The reason why people say it's quieter is because you have more youth off the street, not because they're in jail. It's because they have jobs now....' [Said one previous youth offender]...
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