Market talk

  • Rogers Media president to leave for golf tour

    Keith Pelley is to leave his post as president of Rogers Media to take up a role as commissioner of the European Golf Tour.

  • Daily Market Update

    NYSE closed flat Thursday; Oil slips back on OPEC output... Another 11,000 jobs go at oil industry manufacturer... US firms more confident as banks report increase in credit line use... Banks could use municipal bonds to meet liquidity rules... High earners are living paycheck to paycheck...

  • TSX falls on profit taking

    The main index of the Toronto Stock Exchange declined on Thursday as investors chose to take profits after strong gains in the previous session.

  • Ontario to sell off most of Hydro One, introduce new beer tax

    Transit construction plans by Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne will be helped along by the sale of 60 per cent of the province’s Hydro One electricity utility and licences for hundreds of grocery stores to sell beer which will face a new tax.

  • Higher cable TV bills on the way say experts

    Convergence Consulting Group says that 95,000 Canadian households opted to cut the cords on their cable services last year and this year will see even more ditching cable TV services or opting for cheaper packages.

  • Newspaper owner fined for breaching ‘Do Not Call’ rules

    Metroland, the newspaper group that owns more than a hundred community papers in the Ontario region, has been fined $240,000 by the CRTC for violating the rules on marketing calls.

  • Daily Market Update

    Earnings season, oil prices help markets gain... Etsy begins trading after $267 million IPO... CEO’s see larger pay increases as workers struggle... Japan holds more US government debt than China...

  • Energy stocks push TSX to 7-month high; Interest rates on hold

    Energy stocks led gains on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Wednesday as figures from the US show a slower pace of output.

  • Interest rates kept at 0.75 per cent

    The Bank of Canada has kept interest rates on hold at 0.75 per cent with an assessment that the impact of the oil crisis is starting to ease.

  • Manufacturing declines again in February

    Data from Statistics Canada shows that manufacturing declined for the second month in row in February.