Equities weak, oil prices stabilize... Investors sell bonds on central bank concerns...
China’s economy slows to 24 year low... IMF cuts global forecast... Facebook says it contributes $200 billion and 4.5 million jobs to global economy... Twitter to acquire Indian firm to push into emerging markets...
The Toronto Stock Exchange took a sharp plunge during Monday’s trading as the price of oil slipped back and issues in Asia spooked the markets.
Another Canadian energy firm has announced plans to scale back its operations in light of the weakened oil industry.
Statistics Canada reported today that investment in Canadian securities slowed to $4.3 billion in November.
Ottawa is to hit back at the state of Alaska which has refused to seek a waiver of rules that mean it can only use US steel in a project, despite it being on Canadian soil.
The co-chief executive of Samsung today confirmed what Blackberry had already said; the Korean firm is not buying.
The economic benefits of expanding the energy infrastructure are more important than the potential environmental impact according to a new survey, but the figures are close.
US markets closed but global markets generally up... Obama’s plan for the middle class... Microsoft optimistic about Windows 10... Uber tries to make friends with job offers...
Oil prices rebounded in early trading today and have been hovering around the $48 mark and a report by the International Energy Agency had a fairly optimistic tone.
US investment bank Morgan Stanley issued a report today that forecasts a change to the popular opinion that Ottawa will raise interest rates this year.