Currencies: Dollar inches higher, aims for best month since May

Major currencies are muted on Wednesday, as investors are digesting economic data from the eurozone, China, and the U.S.

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TIG buys stake in Canadian credit manager

TIG Advisors on Wednesday said it has bought a piece of Canadian mortgage investor Romspen Investment Corporation, marking the first time it has taken a stake in another hedge fund.

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Spruce Point sees dim future for Dollarama, share price drops

Spruce Point Capital Management, which focuses on in-depth research of companies' vulnerabilities, sees room for Dollarama Inc's stock price to tumble roughly 40 percent after the Canadian retailer…

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Refresh yourself on U.S. tax changes before it is too late

Already seeing winter holiday decorations in your local stores, even though it is just Halloween? In the same spirit, it is time to start prepping for filing your tax return, which is due by April…

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Unlikely activists: Money managers push for climate, social good

If you are looking to save the environment, address racial or gender discrimination, fight for human rights or tackle corruption, it looks like you have some unlikely allies: Money managers.

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The road to managing huge sums of money starts with a few bucks

Every human being manages money, at least a tiny little bit of it. But there are a handful of people whose job is to handle massive, titanic, mind-blowing sums of it.

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Amazon was almost worth $1 trillion, but it is down $119 billion in just two trading sessions

Amazon.com Inc. was very nearly the second U.S. company worth $1 trillion last month. Now, it’s worth less than a neighbor and major cloud rival.

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The Wall Street Journal: Bank of Japan stays pat on rates, warns of risks from global ‘protectionist moves’

The Bank of Japan kept its ultra-easy monetary policy in place as concerns grow about the impact of U.S.-China trade tensions on the Japanese economy.

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The Wall Street Journal: Investigation into Interior Secretary Zinke referred to Justice Department

The Interior Department’s internal watchdog has referred an investigation into Secretary Ryan Zinke to the Justice Department, a person briefed on the matter said Tuesday, possibly prompting a criminal inquiry.

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Facebook bans far-right Proud Boys after violent clash

Facebook Inc. has started banning pages affiliated with the Proud Boys, a far-right extremist group that was involved in a violent brawl in New York City earlier this month.

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