Energy, materials drag TSX sharply lower... Home Capital recovers some losses after pension plan lifeline... Canadian wages stalled in February...
Wall St. watches the dollar; World stocks end the week on a high... Watch this: Apple attracts ‘early-adopters’ for new product... Brits discover oil… lots of it... New contest to make sea water drinkable launched...
Energy and financials led the gains for the Toronto Stock Exchange on Thursday as oil prices rebounded from a 6 per cent drop the day before.
There were no real clues about the forthcoming federal budget as finance minister Joe Oliver met with private sector economists on Thursday.
As the housing market continues to boom in parts of Canada thanks to the already low mortgage rates available, one credit union has shaken up the spring buying season by offering a rate of 1.49 per cent.
In February there was an unexpected change of CEO at Bombardier and now the firm has announced a change in another senior role.
The chief executive of the Bank of Nova Scotia says that Canada’s leaders must stop bickering and get energy projects underway to avoid damaging the country’s economic future.
Fed minutes considered dovish; World markets mainly positive... Interest rates could rise in June; it’s all about the data... Oil outlook still weak... Fastest growing business in California? Water delivery services...
Oil prices slipped back on Wednesday as the supply glut increased.
Finance minister Joe Oliver has tabled a bill to commit the federal government to a balanced budget, a move certain to become law with the Conservative’s majority.
Canada’s Manulife will be able to expand in large parts of Asia having signed a new deal with the region’s DBS Bank which will start in 2016.