TSX drops as gold loses its shine... Manulife identified as mystery bank fined $1.15 billion... BMO economist predicts Canadian bonds sell-off...
A consumer advocacy group are urging the federal government to take action to curb rising cellphone and internet bills saying that some people are choosing to cut back on food rather than communications.
World markets start the week mixed... US companies are sitting on a huge pile of cash... Is oil heading for $35?... Fed profits up 30 per cent...
With the US dollar having weakened after the Fed’s meeting this week commodity prices and producers’ stocks have gained and pushed the Toronto Stock Exchange higher.
Inflation held at 1 per cent in February after doing the same in January.
A report by Rosenzweig and Company shows that women now hold 8.5 per cent of the highest-paid jobs in Canada’s top 100 companies.
Oil producer Connacher Oil and Gas Ltd. is facing being forced to repay $128.4 million loan after creditors filed a lawsuit this week in New York.
Wall St. closes mixed, World stocks higher Friday... Amazon gets green light for drones... Bank of New York Melon to pay $714 million to settle currency suits... Tesla CEO says no one should run out of power...
The Toronto Stock Exchange ended Thursday lower after investors weighed the Fed’s tone on interest rates and the Kuwaiti oil minister sent crude prices downwards.
Subscription TV services are heading for a shake-up although not immediately.
Shares in Potash Corp fell today after the firm warned that changes to tax rules will cost it up to $100 million this year.