Positive finish for the TSX but commodities remain weak... HSBC warns on debts, house prices... Green light for Keystone XL…maybe...
The trading week has started with a blow from the East as Chinese investors were spooked by weakness in the economy and opted to sell equities.
Technology has been responsible for many jobs in many sectors over the years but an announcement from one of Canada’s largest energy firms will send shockwaves through that sector, and others.
Albertan farmers are struggling with crops after a dry spring and some are considering the future for their livestock.
Tim Hortons and parent firm Restaurant Brands is reviewing its policies on the chain’s in-store digital screens known as Tims TV.
The week has started with drama as weak data and low commodity prices have prompted a sell-off of equities in Asia, led by China where the main Shanghai index fell 8 per cent.
Drug firm Allergan is to sell its generics unit to Teva Pharmaceutical Industries in a deal worth $40.5 billion.
While country music often tells stories of heartache and loss, the same cannot to be applied to the growing business empire of one of its most famous stars.
Fiat Chrysler has been hit with a record $105 million fine for mishandling 23 recalls.
Another weak finish for TSX, Wall Street... BMO predicts Canadian dollar to hit 75 cents... More oil jobs cut as Encana lays off 200... Child care cheques unlikely to stimulate economy says CIBC... Lowes to add 2 more stores...