The Journal Pioneer
Is there a new back-to-the-land movement, spurred by climate change?
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Labour shortage has Atlantic Canadian employers sweetening job offers
Potential Bonavista hotel entrepreneur frustrated with council deliberating
Unfilled private-sector jobs on the rise in P.E.I.
Program to prepare P.E.I. youth for work in the climate change era
Saudi attacks threaten U.S. gasoline price hikes, particularly in California
By Devika Krishna Kumar NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. motorists most likely to feel the hit from rising gas prices following the attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities are on the West Coast, which accounts for nearly half of all of U.S. crude imports ...
Oil-exporter currencies and safe havens gain after Saudi attacks
By Tommy Wilkes LONDON (Reuters) - Currencies linked to the price of oil rose on Monday after an attack on Saudi Arabian refining facilities disrupted global oil supplies, while the Japanese yen and Swiss franc strengthened as nervous investors ...
HSBC hires Philip Lee as vice chairman of global banking for Southeast Asia
(Reuters) - HSBC on Monday appointed Philip Lee as vice chairman, Southeast Asia for its global banking franchise. Prior to his new role, Lee served as vice chairman of Southeast Asia, and chief country officer of Deutsche Bank AG, Singapore. He ...
ECB's commitment to lifting inflation unwavering: Lane
LONDON (Reuters) - The European Central Bank is unwavering in its commitment to lifting inflation and could even provide more stimulus, its chief economist said on Monday, pushing back against criticism that its latest measures were unnecessary. With ...
N.Y. Fed 'Empire State' business index slips in September
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The New York Federal Reserve said on Monday its gauge of business growth in New York state declined more than forecast in September, suggesting sluggish regional activity amid a U.S.-China trade dispute. There were conciliatory ...
Stretched households could mean lengthy UK downturn, if it comes
LONDON (Reuters) - If Britain falls into recession soon, perhaps after a no-deal Brexit, it might prove to be a lengthy one because the country's financially stretched households are unlikely to be able to lead a recovery. Britain's household savings ...
Atlantia shares plunge as investors await Edizione board meeting
By Francesca Landini MILAN (Reuters) - Shares in Atlantia fell sharply on Monday ahead of a board meeting of its top investor Edizione, which a source said was expected to discuss allegations of falsified safety reports at the group's road ...
'Very difficult' for China's economy to grow 6% or faster: Premier Li
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said it is "very difficult" for China's economy to grow at a rate of 6% or more because of the high base from which it was starting and the complicated international backdrop. The world's No.2 economy ...
ECB's Coeure says 'stablecoins' pose risks amid resistance to Facebook's Libra
By John Miller and Tom Wilson ZURICH/LONDON (Reuters) - A new breed of asset-backed cryptocurrencies such as Facebook's Libra are untested and pose serious risks, the European Central Bank's Benoit Coeure said on Monday, pledging a tough regulatory ...
South Korea files WTO dispute with Japan on export curbs
GENEVA (Reuters) - South Korea has initiated a WTO dispute against Japan's latest export curbs, the World Trade Organization said on Monday, amid increased tensions between the two Asian powers. In July, Japan imposed tighter controls on exports of ...