Materials, healthcare, energy drag TSX to negative close... BoC and federal government renews inflation target... Wholesale trade up for 5th consecutive month...
Markets await bank earnings; Oil keeps nudging higher... Fed official warns of another ‘flash crash’ in treasuries... High-skilled workers want to come to the US but find it tougher... Nokia in merger talks with Alcatel... Will.i.am teams with Coca-Cola to sell sheets...
Mining stocks were a drag on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Monday.
Canadian gold firms Alamos and AuRico are to merge in a U$1.5 billion deal.
The federal government has given credit card companies 30 days to implement a new code of conduct.
Chief executives of Canada’s five big banks are receiving lower compensation packages according to analysis from McDowall Associates.
The Bank of Canada announces its interest rate decision and monetary policy report on Wednesday; a combination that could include triggers to send the Canadian dollar higher.
China in focus as economy looks weak... GM considers $1 billion renovation in Detroit... 1 million Apple watches pre-ordered... Uninsured rate at lowest since tracking began in 2008...
Resources gained on Friday as oil prices edged higher as concern eased of new supply from Iran; gold also rebounded.
Canada’s job market gained unexpectedly in March after losing 1,000 positions in February.
A new report from TD Bank says that the building boom in Toronto is coming to an end.