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David Parkinson

David Parkinson

David Parkinson

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David Parkinson has been covering business and financial markets since 1990, and has been with The Globe and Mail since 2000. A Calgary native, he received a Southam Fellowship from the University of Toronto in 1999-2000, studying international political economics.

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Morneau analyzing big U.S. tax cuts, rules out ‘impulsive’ Canadian response
THE CANADIAN PRESS
Opinion
Inflation isn’t the reason for the market’s slide – it’s the scapegoat Subscriber content David Parkinson
David Parkinson
The legendary emerging-markets trailblazer Mark Mobius on bargain hunting, regrets and his next chapter Subscriber content
Bloomberg
Economy firing 'on all cylinders’ as Canada sees best growth in six months
The Canadian Press
Inflation slows to 1.9% as consumers get a holiday season price break Subscriber content
Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail
Opinion
The United States sees strength in a weakening dollar Subscriber content David Parkinson
David Parkinson
ECONOMY
Canada’s immigration lab: What the country can learn from PEI Subscriber content
TAX REFORM
U.S. corporate tax cuts blunt Canada’s competitive edge amid trade worries Subscriber content
THE CANADIAN PRESS
Opinion
Liberal budget forecast strains the bounds of belief Subscriber content David Parkinson
David Parkinson
Economy
Canadian businesses face tight capacity as case for rate hike grows: BoC
THE CANADIAN PRESS
Opinion
The many ways of counting the cost of a minimum wage Subscriber content David Parkinson
David Parkinson
Trade gap swells but imports, exports signal economic strength Subscriber content
For The Globe and Mail
Opinion
Resilience and unbottled 'animal spirits': Why we should be optimistic about the global economy David Parkinson
David Parkinson
An education in job-market fundamentals Subscriber content David Parkinson
David Parkinson
economy
Poloz ready to stop ‘playing defence’ as Canada’s economy rebounds Subscriber content
The Globe and Mail
economy
Canadians’ debt burden keeps climbing, hits record in third quarter
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Opinion
Fed raises rates, but Yellen’s swan song holds a note of caution Subscriber content David Parkinson
David Parkinson
Opinion
BoC takes a ‘cautious’ approach to rate increases Subscriber content David Parkinson
David Parkinson
Canada’s trade deficit hits five-month low after exports rebound
The Globe and Mail
Economy takes a breather; rate hike seen ‘sooner rather than later’
The Globe and Mail