Positive finish for the TSX but commodities remain weak... HSBC warns on debts, house prices... Green light for Keystone XL…maybe...
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.
The minimum wage in Ontario will increase to $11.25 an hour from the start of October, making it second highest to the Northwest Territories.
Cliff Natural Resources is being sued by the Bank of Nova Scotia over an alleged breach of a loan agreement.
Alberta could be heading for a much larger deficit in its budget than previously predicted according to a TD Economics report.
US stocks rebound on Fed news, World markets positive... OPEC says it has ‘no choice’ on cutting production... Target counts the cost of data breach; $10 million... Gates, Bloomberg help take on the tobacco giants...
The Fed today removed the pledge to be patient that has kept a rise in interest rates in the distance for some time.
The OECD has downgraded its forecast for the Canadian economy citing weak oil and commodities sectors as a major factor.
Canadian consumers increased their average debt to $21,428 excluding mortgages last year according to credit agency TransUnion.