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Oversupply fears have pushed the price of crude and energy stocks lower again on Tuesday but the Toronto Stock Exchange managed a slim gain at the close.
A report from BMO shows an increasing number of Canada’s housing markets are showing weakness.
The government’s income-splitting plan, allowing a high earner to transfer some of their income to a lower-earning spouse will cut $2.2 billion from revenues while doing nothing for low income families.
With fears of oversupply in oil rising again there is now another focus for the energy industry; new supplies of liquefied natural gas.
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The US dollar has given Canadian investors a helping hand today; the greenback weakened against the Euro and Wall Street has surged with triple-digit gains for the Dow, despite declining oil prices.
Oil has plunged to a new six-year low on reports of higher levels of supply from the US and Libya.
Crossing the border between Canada and the US should be speeded up and simplified after a customs pre-clearance agreement was signed by both countries.
Canadian pharma firm Valeant will get to takeover North Carolina’s Salix after an improved offer was accepted.