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  1. Debt Freedom? Canadians expect to be debt free by age 56: CIBC PollRead the original story

    Monday | Canada NewsWire

    In addition, nearly a third say they have no debt while 13 per cent say they will never be debt free. "While Canadians expect to be debt free by age 56 on average, not everyone will hit that goal, which means a significant number of Canadians will still be carrying debt during retirement," says , Executive Vice President, Retail and Business Banking, CIBC.

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  2. Software developer on lazy, low-cost dividend investingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Globe and Mail

    Ken Cenerelli is a member of one of the investment clubs set up by the Canadian MoneySaver magazine under the ShareClub banner. Nearly a dozen stocks including Bank of Nova Scotia, Bank of Montreal, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, BCE Inc., Enbridge Inc., TransCanada Corp., and TransAlta Corp. Ken Cenerelli has been investing for over 10 years.

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  3. CIBC Dividend Stock Analysis 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Seeking Alpha

    The bank has paid dividends since 1868, and continues to be one of the best high yield companies with decent dividend growth rates. There are plenty of headwinds facing the Canadian economy and the financial sector, but that also means that CIBC is undervalued by approx 14.6%.

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  4. Media Advisory - CIBC opens new branch in StouffvilleRead the original story

    Friday Jul 24 | Canada NewsWire

    Through our three major business units - Retail and Business Banking, Wealth Management and Wholesale Banking - CIBC offers a full range of products and services through its comprehensive electronic banking network, branches and offices across and around the world.

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  5. Without elite profiles, high-performing athletes struggle for sponsorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Globe and Mail

    When he took to the water this week to win Pan Am gold, the man affectionately known as "Bone Crusher" was sporting a different look. Wakeboarder Rusty Malinoski's helmet was stripped of its usual gold star advertising Rockstar energy drinks.

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  6. CIBC Mellon's Together in Action volunteering program "Highly...Read the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Canada NewsWire

    This award recognizes a project dedicated to engaging employees through a social responsibility initiative or program that creates a positive impact on both the workforce and also to the wider community. "This award recognizes the excellence of forward-thinking, socially responsible businesses who place emphasis on employee engagement and benefitting the communities around them," said , founder, Employee Engagement Awards.

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  7. Fed September Liftoff Odds Stay at 50% Despite Global TroublesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Bloomberg

    Janet Yellen, chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve, speaks during her semiannual report on the economy to the Senate Banking Committee in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, July 16, 2015. Yellen said the Federal Reserve is "highly focused" on the risks of raising interest rates too early.

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  8. Half of Canadians don't know what they can hold in their TFSAs: CIBC PollRead the original story

    May 1, 2015 | Canada NewsWire

    Despite their lack of knowledge, the majority of Canadians have never talked to a financial advisor on how to make the most of their TFSA, with half admitting they need advice. "With TFSAs becoming a larger part of investment portfolios, it's certainly eye-opening to see how many Canadians are unaware of how to use them to full effect," says , President, CIBC Asset Management.

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  9. Canyon Services Group Inc. Announces New Syndicated Credit FacilityRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Canada NewsWire

    The principal amount of the Facility totals CDN with an accordion feature that allows for the expansion of the Facility by up to an aggregate maximum principal amount of CDN . The accordion feature is available upon request by Canyon, subject to review and approval by the Lenders.

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  10. Six stories in the news today, July 14Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Weyburn This Week

    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Ukraine Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk are seen during a visit to the Academic Institute of the National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine for Training of Specialists for Public Safety, Psychological Service and National Guard of Ukraine Units in Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday June 6, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Ukraine Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk are seen during a visit to the Academic Institute of the National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine for Training of Specialists for Public Safety, Psychological Service and National Guard of Ukraine Units in Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday June 6, 2015.

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  11. TD Asset Management Inc. to Transfer Custodianship of TD Mutual FundsRead the original story

    Monday Jul 20 | Canada NewsWire

    This transfer will be effective on As a result of this transfer, the rights and obligations of CIBC, as custodian, under the Amended and Restated Custodial Services Agreement dated , TD Global Dividend Fund was renamed Epoch Global Shareholder Yield Fund; TD Global Growth Fund was renamed Epoch Global Equity Fund; TD European Growth Fund was renamed Epoch European Equity Fund; TD U.S. Large-Cap Value Fund was renamed Epoch U.S. Large-Cap Value Fund; TD U.S. Shareholder Yield Fund was renamed Epoch U.S. Shareholder Yield Fund; TD International Equity Fund was renamed Epoch International Equity Fund; TD Global Growth Class was renamed Epoch Global Equity Class; TD U.S. Large-Cap Value Class was renamed Epoch U.S. Large-Cap Value Class.

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  12. Canadian Banc Corp.: Declares Monthly Dividend for Class A Share and Preferred ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | Market Wire

    Canadian Banc Corp. declares its monthly distribution of $0.10092 for each Class A share and $0.04167 for each Preferred share. Distributions are payable August 10, 2015 to shareholders on record as of July 31, 2015.

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  13. New Metcash grocery guru Steven Cain certainly knows how to make an impactRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 18 | Sydney Morning Herald

    He served back when it was still known as Coles Myer, and the struggling behemoth was under the stewardship of John Fletcher . As the financial press reported at the time, he was more of a high impact player, if you catch my drift.

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  14. Cunard's Nova Scotia historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 17 | The Chronicle Herald

    Samuel Cunard, the son of United Empire Loyalists, was born in Halifax in 1787. He lived for decades on Brunswick Street, overlooking Halifax Harbour and his growing fleet of sailing ships, the largest on the Atlantic seaboard.

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  15. Media Advisory - CIBC celebrates branch opening with $5,000 donation to Autumn HouseRead the original story

    Friday Jul 17 | Canada NewsWire

    The new full-service branch will be open to clients seven days a week and brings the total number of branches in the community to three. To mark the opening, CIBC will present a donation of will help us to better serve our clients with a full-range of banking solutions and open every day," says , District Vice President, CIBC.

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  16. Metcash hires former Coles, Woolies execsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Metcash has appointed former Coles managing director Steven Cain to head its core IGA business, while Mark Hewlett has been recruited from Woolworths to lead the company's search for new business. Mr Cain, who previously worked for Asda in the UK, was brought in by the then Coles Myer to turnaround its flagging supermarkets business in 2003 but abruptly left the position abruptly 14 months later, reportedly after clashes with staff.

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  17. Loonie falls to weakest since 2009 after Bank of Canada rate cutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 15 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    The Canadian dollar fell to its lowest since 2009 after the Bank of Canada cut interest rates for a second time this year to support the economy amid tumbling commodity prices. The central bank dropped the benchmark rate on overnight loans between commercial banks to 0.5 percent from 0.75 percent, where it had been since a cut in January.

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  18. RBC hires co-head for infrastructure finance groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 15 | The Globe and Mail

    A Royal Bank of Canada logo is seen on Bay Street in the heart of the financial district in Toronto, January 22, 2015. Mr. Angepat got his start in the business at RBC, but moved to Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce four years ago.

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  19. Wealthsimple targets younger investors with mobile investment accountsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 15 | Globe and Mail

    Approximately 61 per cent of generation X and Y investors prefer to access their financial assets by a mobile device, according to a Millionaire Outlook report by Fidelity Investments Approximately 61 per cent of generation X and Y investors prefer to access their financial assets by a mobile device, according to a Millionaire Outlook report by Fidelity Investments Robo-adviser Wealthsimple Inc. expanded its mobile capabilities to allow users to open an investment account directly on their mobile devices.

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  20. Consumers, lenders on same page: little appetite for interest rate cutRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | GlobalNews

    A new poll suggests an overwhelming number of Canadians, many of whom are servicing already high debt burdens, won't seek to tap more in the event interest rates are cut this week. The poll , released by the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, found 93 per cent of respondents said they are unlikely to increase their borrowing if rates drop.

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