Markets start the week upbeat... Canada’s CEOs concerned about external impacts...
More products are now banned as imports into Russia as Moscow ramps up tension with the West.
Oil and gold were among the natural resources that were once again hit as the Chinese yuan was further devalued and positive US data boosted the greenback
Canadian Tire reported results Thursday but missed analysts’ expectations
Air Canada says it has cut fares in recent months as competition increases in the airline industry
There were 400,000 job vacancies in the first quarter of 2015 and the national job vacancy was 2.6 per cent according to a new survey from Statistics Canada
Investors are awaiting data which could give a better indication of the likelihood of an interest rate rise by the Fed in September.
A press release by the People’s Bank of China said Thursday that there was no long-term need to devalue the nation’s currency.
Demand for gold is soaring according to separate sources.
The price of oil could fall as low as $30 following China’s currency devaluation.
The decision of the People’s Bank of China to devalue the nation’s currency and to allow it to continue to fall is having wide-reaching consequences