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'Jojo Rabbit' wins Toronto film festival's Oscar-bellwether award

16 Sep 2019

TORONTO New Zealander Taika Waititi's "Jojo Rabbit" on Sunday won the audience award given at the end of the Toronto International Film Festival, which has in many past years been a bellwether for Academy Award winners. | Video

'The Sky is Pink' stars honor real-life family's loss at Toronto red carpet

14 Sep 2019

TORONTO Walking the red carpet ahead of the world premiere of "The Sky is Pink" at the Toronto International Film Festival on Friday, actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas contrasted her life while filming with the experiences of the characters in the movie.

Amazon's 'The Aeronauts' premieres in Toronto amid concerns about streaming services

08 Sep 2019

TORONTO Amazon Studios' "The Aeronauts" had its Toronto International Film Festival premiere on Sunday amid concerns about the impact of streaming service providers on the traditional theatrical-release model.

Michael B Jordan, Jamie Foxx take on wrongful convictions, racism in 'Just Mercy'

07 Sep 2019

TORONTO Michael B. Jordan and Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx tackle the subjects of wrongful convictions and racism in "Just Mercy," which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on Friday.

Rock documentary on The Band kicks off Toronto Film Festival

06 Sep 2019

TORONTO The Toronto International Film Festival opened on a decidedly Canadian note on Thursday with a documentary about influential rockers The Band kicking off 10 days of movies vying for attention in the upcoming Hollywood awards season. | Video

Fed's rate-cut debate focuses on 'robust' U.S. consumer

04 Sep 2019

NEW YORK/TORONTO Slowing global economies, the escalating trade war between Washington and Beijing and a warning sign of recession flashing in the U.S. Treasury market have all fed expectations the Federal Reserve is poised to lower rates at the close of its Sept. 17-18 meeting.

Fed's Kaplan says he's watching to see if weakness intensifies

04 Sep 2019

TORONTO Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Robert Kaplan said Wednesday he is focused on assessing whether weakness in manufacturing, sparked by escalating trade tensions, spreads to the biggest and strongest part of the U.S. economy, consumer spending.

RPT-Fed's Kaplan says he's watching to see if weakness intensifies

04 Sep 2019

TORONTO, Sept 4 Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Robert Kaplan said Wednesday he is focused on assessing whether weakness in manufacturing, sparked by escalating trade tensions, spreads to the biggest and strongest part of the U.S. economy, consumer spending.

RBC, TD Bank to pay C$24.5 million to settle forex trading charges: regulator

31 Aug 2019

TORONTO Royal Bank of Canada and Toronto-Dominion Bank have agreed to pay a combined C$24.5 million ($18.5 million) to settle charges of foreign exchange trading malpractices brought against the Canadian banks by a regulator, following a settlement hearing held on Friday.

UPDATE 1-RBC, TD Bank to pay C$24.5 mln to settle forex trading charges -regulator

30 Aug 2019

TORONTO, Aug 30 Royal Bank of Canada and Toronto-Dominion Bank have agreed to pay a combined C$24.5 million ($18.5 million) to settle charges of foreign exchange trading malpractices brought against the Canadian banks by a regulator, following a settlement hearing held on Friday.

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