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The liberal government’s hoping that the sale of 60 per cent of the Hydro One power company can be sweetened by giving workers a raise together with cash and shares.
Target Canada has failed returned leases from 55 of its former stores to their landlords.
A sell-off on Wall Street saw the main stock market indexes drop Thursday; the Dow was off by 195.01 points.
Prolific investor Dennis Gartman has predicted that stocks could suffer a correction of between 5 and 8 per cent.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk had given some teasers for the electric car manufacturer’s diversification but Thursday was launch day for Tesla Energy.
Shares in LinkedIn fell by around 20 per cent Thursday after the professional networking and media firm announced that the year was not going to be as good as it had hoped.
Poor earnings reports and mixed economic data have led to a triple-digit loss for the Toronto Stock Exchange on Thursday.
Real gross domestic product (GDP) was unchanged in February following a 0.2 per cent decline in January.
Toronto and Vancouver may generally grab the headlines for being red-hot housing markets but they are not the main concern of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.