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Race to zero interest rates
Feb 03, 2016 | Add Comment | OurWindsor.Ca

Why they’re talking about negative interest rates: Mayers

Adam Mayers

Negative interest rates are really already here. Check out your high interest savings account and...

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Eric Shepperd

Love is the last rebellion

I’ve talked a lot in this space about the dark side: fear, anger, hatred. Today I’d like to discuss something equally...

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Amanda Stratton

Don't budget on last year's mistakes

It’s budget time again, and while we seem to have shaken off the days of zero percent, we haven’t yet outlived the years of...

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Opinion | Jan 21, 2016
Lincoln McCardle

Light rail deserves heavy thought

I have been a vocal supporter of Shift London and their initiative to launch rapid transit in our city since day one.

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Opinion | Jan 21, 2016
Amir Farahi

Inflating the wrong numbers

It’s the first time that London’s city council embarks on a multi-year budget — laying out the spending plans for 2016,’17,...

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Columns | Jan 20, 2016
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It’s a correction, not a collapse, is Bank’s message: Mayers

Bank of Canada’s decision to stand pat on rates was a good one. Lower interest rates aren’t the answer to our problems

OurWindsor.Ca | by Adam Mayers
Jan 18, 2016

Why our outlook may be better than we think: Mayers

There’s an old saying that at the point of maximum economic pessimism, the worst is actually over. Are we getting close?

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Adam Mayers
Jan 18, 2016

When customer service won’t help, we do: Roseman

You need quick help with a consumer problem, but can’t reach anyone who will listen carefully and try to resolve your...

OurWindsor.Ca | 2 Comments | by Ellen Roseman
Jan 14, 2016

The slippery slope of the truth

Social media is simultaneously one of the best and worst things about the modern age.

Our London | Add Comment | by Eric Shepperd
Jan 14, 2016

Working through some taxing dilemmas

Tax season is almost upon us, and so are some changes to the way we do corporate tax.

Our London | Add Comment | by Amanda Stratton
Jan 11, 2016

Valuable lessons from a market meltdown: Mayers

The crash of 1987 was my first experience with a violent correction in financial markets and it taught me a few things about...

OurWindsor.Ca | 1 Comment | by Adam Mayers
Jan 11, 2016

Why do phone, internet and TV service prices keep rising? Roseman

Service is growing quickly in Canada. So why do customers pay more each year?

OurWindsor.Ca | 3 Comments | by Ellen Roseman
Jan 07, 2016

The friend I hope to see

We met by chance — on the Internet, no less — about four years ago.

Our London | Add Comment | by Scott Taylor
Jan 07, 2016

Move forward or fall behind

It’s a new year, a new beginning and a new chapter for London’s future.

Our London | Add Comment | by Amir Farahi
Jan 07, 2016

A better London might be right in front of us

I recently had coffee with a friend and during the course of the conversation I was asked something that I have been unable...

Our London | Add Comment | by Lincoln McCardle
Jan 04, 2016

10 things you asked about the dollar and exchange rates: Mayers

Your favourite topic in 2015 was how to get a better deal on U.S. exchange rates

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Adam Mayers

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