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After a few days of gains the Toronto Stock Exchange has plummeted today after the American Petroleum Institute revealed Tuesday that stocks of US crude rose sharply last week.
Statistics Canada issued revised figures on the labour market today following updated population data and the new figures cut more than a third from previously released stats.
Cenovus Energy has cut its spending plans again as the outlook for oil prices continues to suggest lower prices.
A press statement from General Motors today pushed any decision on new investment in its Oshawa, Ontario plant to next year.
The real estate division of Quebec pension fund manager La Caisse de Dépot et Placement has announced a new partnership with Veritas Investments.
The grocery sector is benefitting from Canadians having extra cash in their pockets from lower gasoline prices.
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The Toronto Stock Exchange was under pressure again from political and economic conditions in Europe and Asia today as the European markets were subdued by the uncertainty in Greece and Ukraine.
The federal government has been holding onto its forecast for a surplus in the 2015-16 budget but it’s looking increasingly unlikely.
Iron ore producer Cliffs Natural Resources is seeking creditor protection for its Canadian Bloom Lake operations in Ontario according to a report from Bloomberg.