TSX closes higher despite Trump’s “America first” pledge... Inflation higher but still below BoC target... Retail sales up again in November... Amaya revises profit forecast after strong end to 2016...
Dow falls 200 points Tuesday, Greece plan rejected... Iran nuclear talks over-run but could see sharp oil drop... GoDaddy IPO opens today; priced higher than expected... US income gap affects spending on the prom...
Tuesday started with losses for the Toronto Stock Exchange as mining stocks fell led by Teck Resources.
The economy declined by 0.1 per cent in January with the poor weather and oil prices hindering growth.
Continuing today’s theme of negative economic stories that are not quite as bad as they could be.
As the oil industry continues to reel from the impact of volatile prices the renewable energy sector is booming.
ATB Financial is the latest firm to report that Alberta’s economy is expected to slow down significantly this year.
World markets react to regional economic data... Oil declines as Iran deal looks likely... Cablevision set to make $1 offer for NY Daily News... IBM announces $3 billion investment in the internet of things... Music heavyweights back music streaming service to rival Spotify...
The Toronto Stock Exchange closed higher on Monday as world markets began with week with a largely optimistic tone and Catamaran received a $12.8 billion takeover offer.
Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz said that the effects of the lower oil price on the Canadian economy is “atrocious”.
DH Corp is to acquire Fundtech, the New York-based global supplier of payments systems to banks.