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The 2015 budget will not be a pleasant one for most in Newfoundland & Labrador.
General Motors is investing $5.4 billion… but not in Canada.
World markets have been digesting Wednesday’s data on the US economy and most indexes have seen losses following Wall Street’s lead.
Sony announced its profit forecast for the fiscal year Thursday and is expecting to bounceback with a $1.2 billion net income.
The wealth management unit of Barclays America, part of the former Lehman Brothers, could be sold according to Fox Business.
A study by Northwestern Mutual reveals that a third of Americans have no financial plan and 58 per cent say that their financial planning needs improvement.
Oil prices have been climbing again on Wednesday giving a boost to the energy sector and the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Canadian producer prices increased by 0.3 per cent in March from February as energy products became more expensive.
A report from Statistics Canada shows that more Canadians are in debt and the amount they owe is higher.