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It was one of the trending topics on social media late Monday; Google is now part of a new holding company called Alphabet.
Price gains for oil, gold and other resources has given the Toronto Stock Exchange’s main index a triple-digit gain Monday.
The markets may have received a lift from rebounding oil prices so far this week but the long-term forecast is less optimistic
Glenn Chamandy, the founder and CEO of retailer Gildan, has sold another block of his shares in the company.
A deal involving around 25,000 apartments across Canada was announced Monday.
World markets have started the week with mixed reaction to data over the past few days
A new bailout agreement between Greece and its European partners is approaching and has pushed government bond yields lower.
Russia’s government is trying to stem the fall in the nation’s currency, which fell the most of all developing nations Monday.
Weaker oil prices continued to weigh on the Toronto Stock Exchange Friday and even some stronger showing from the gold miners failed to stop the drop.
Statistics Canada released the latest employment data Friday with only a negligible change in the number of jobs (up 6,600) and the unemployment rate holding steady at 6.8 per cent in July.