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Donald Trump appointed Jerome Powell as chair of the Federal Reserve. If returned to the White House, he may seek to replace him. AP Photo/Alex Brandon

Central banks face threats to their independence − and that isn’t good news for sound economic stewardship (or battling inflation)

Monetary policy can be wielded as a tool to boost an economy around election time, which explains why politicians want to have a say on it.
Retailers in Canada have some serious work to do to rebuild trust and demonstrate their commitment to both ethical practices and community well-being. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Controversial ‘Steal from Loblaws Day’ is not just illegal — it won’t foster meaningful change

Although it’s rooted in legitimate grievances, the ‘Steal from Loblaws Day’ campaign is not only illegal, but also fails to achieve its intended objective and risks undermining economic stability.

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