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Tomorrow Update: Canada disturbs Myanmar because of Rohingya explosion; TIFF is about to start

MYANMAR' s de facto leaders and his army are responsible for not stopping the violent attacks that have driven more than 120,000 Rohingya Muslims to Bangladesh, Ottawa says. Myanmar Nobel Peace Prize laureate and freeman of Canada, Aung San Suu Kyi, accused "terrorists" of the war. The Morning Update Newsletters are published every day.

When you read this on the Internet or this email has been sent to you, you can register here for Morning Update and all Globe-Newslettlets. By subscribing to this edition, you will receive our latest Evening Update News. Canadian Bank, home lenders are increasing interest rate, while roarsWith the economies are booming, the Bank of Canada has raised its interest rate for the second a fortnight.

Fourth-percent point migration takes the theorem to 1 percent. In a nutshell, the U.S. economy expert David Rosenberg says this interest rates boost will make him rethink his outlook on the Loonie. Mobility will likely be discouraging and exerting stress on those who have capital debt.

In the Greater Toronto Area there have already been significant falls in prices recently, which could result in a further downtrend. Willem Dafoe's Florida project, James Franco's The Disaster Artist and the film The Crescent from Canada are just a few of the movies that have been highly praised by our critics.

Most of the MORNING MARKETSGlobal Stores are on the upswing early on Thursday, and the value of the US Dollar remains high. Tokyo's Nikkei won 0. 2 percent, though Hong Kong's Hang Seng did lose 0. 3 percent, and the Shanghai compound 0. 6 percent. The FTSE 100 in London, the German DAX and the CAC 40 in Paris rose between 0.1 and 0.6 percent in Europe at around 4:35 a.m. ET.

The European Central Bank was expected by the market to be as near as it could be to reducing its economic recovery plan. sits at just 82-cent ( "US") timid after shooting up Wednesday on the bank of Canada's interest rates rise and prospect. Morning Update was authored by Arik Ligeti.

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