Draghi Speaks at ECB's June News Conference

June 5 (Bloomberg) -- European Central Bank President Mario Draghi unveils an unprecedented round of measures to counter the threat of deflation, including a negative deposit rate and the opening of a 400-billion-euro ($542 billion) liquidity channel tied to bank lending. Officials will also start work related to outright purchases of asset-backed securities. Draghi speaks at his monthly news conference in Frankfurt. (Source: European Central Bank)

Mack: Budget's Public Transit Tax Is Hit to Middle Class
53:44 - Oil and gas drillers, doctors, bus riders and brewers will pay more tax under the 2017 federal budget, though most Canadians will see little change in their personal or corporate taxes. GMP Securities Director of Fixed Income Joey Mack and C.D. Howe CEO Bill Robson analyze the budget and discuss criticism of tax changes that "hit the middle class” on Bloomberg TV Canada. (Source: Bloomberg)
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