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The energy and natural resources sectors declined on the Toronto Stock Exchange today ending the recent rally.
The economy, not the Bank of Canada, is responsible for the weakness of the Canadian dollar.
In its monthly outlook for the oil industry the International Energy Agency today predicted more bumpy times ahead for the sector.
Montreal’s Bombardier has announced a joint venture with New United Group with the aim of targeting the Chinese locomotive industry.
Most Canadians have adequate funds saved for their retirement according to a new survey.
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A positive start to the new week’s trading as energy shares were boosted by oil prices which have held their ground, adding to optimism that perhaps the bottom has already been reached, despite some analysts advising caution with that view.
The latest banking scandal, that banking giant HSBC assisted customers to avoid paying tax, involves almost 2,000 individuals and companies with links to Canada.