Market talk

  • Daily Wrap-up

    Energy, financials drag TSX lower but it ends flat... Manulife profits fall but dividend is boosted... Bombardier to spin-off trains business... Rogers Media cuts 100 jobs and cuts newscasts... Blackberry…but without the keyboard...

  • Daily Market Update

    Wall St. down as investors weigh options... Tesla reports loss but not as bad as expected... Google puts $150 million into diversity... Fed boosts its portfolio as bonds reach expiry...

  • Daily Wrap-up

    Canadian stocks lower after NDP win Alberta election... Alberta election result sends shock waves through oil industry... Loblaw announces large jump in Q1 profits... Canadian Tire buys 12 Target leases...

  • Daily Market Update

    Stock futures higher after triple-digit drop... JP Morgan could soon settle forex investigation... California regulators approve water restrictions... Cloud software provider shares spike on Microsoft report...

  • Daily Wrap-up

    Large losses for TSX as trade deficit grows... Trade deficit hits record high... BoC acts to protect Canada from future financial crises... Loonie outperforms other currencies says BMO...

  • Daily Market Update

    Europe higher, Asia mixed; Oil reverses its decline... Pharma sector boosted by larger spend on cancer drugs... Millionaires under pressure revealed in new report...

  • Daily Wrap-up

    TSX closes higher as investor sentiment grows... Loonie could hit 85 cents…for a short time... Trudeau unveils ‘Robin Hood’ budget plan... Average Vancouver home now 12.5 per cent more expensive... Seniors now make up a larger proportion of bankruptcies...

  • Daily Market Update

    Global stocks start the week higher; earnings in focus... Comcast results exceed expectations... McDonald’s turnaround plan due today... Chinese investment firm bids to acquire Ironshore...

  • TSX advances to end the week on triple-digit gains

    The financial and mining sectors led the gains for the Toronto Stock Exchange on Friday along with some good earnings reports.

  • Canada, US to launch joint rail safety standards

    Safety standards will be introduced across Canadian and US rail networks which aim to avoid another disaster like the one that claimed the lives of 47 people at Lac-Megantic in 2013.