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Canada’s economic mood rebounded last week as consumers head into the holiday season buoyed by rising house prices, according to the Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index.
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Fifty-five, pensionless and assuming he’d have to work until he died, Roger Ulrich had a decision to make. After two decades in the pharmaceutical industry, his position at Merck & Co. had been phased out.
Canadian consumer sentiment fell last week, led by respondents in the west and as feelings of job security declined, according to the Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index.
Macy’s Inc., whose annual Manhattan parade is a cherished Thanksgiving tradition for millions, is starting a new holiday ritual: It’s asking its employees to show up for work.
Surging stock prices and a real- estate rally sent confidence levels to the highest in eight weeks, according to a measure of Canada’s economic mood.
Canadian consumer confidence fell for the fifth time in six weeks as the nation’s economy struggles to build momentum, according to the Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index.
Increasing confidence in Ontario and Quebec paced a revival of Canadian consumer sentiment, according to a weekly measure of the national economic mood.