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After another day of volatile oil prices the Toronto Stock Exchange advanced again Thursday as the financial sector gained on bank earnings.
The latest inflation figures from Statistics Canada show a rise of 1 per cent in January, down from 1.5 per cent in December.
Talk of gloomy earnings for Canada’s big banks is fading.
Fourth quarter profit in Canadian Tire Corp. have exceeded expectations.
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Another volatile day for oil prices may have hit energy stocks again today but the big news was in retail where Hudson’s Bay announced a real estate deal and also in the financial sector where RBC announced strong results.
Hudson’s Bay Co today announced two real estate partnerships which it says will unlock the potential of its property portfolio.
After yesterday’s disappointing results for BMO there was better news from the banking sector today with Royal Bank of Canada announcing first quarter net income of $2.46 billion.
Sears Canada reported that its fourth quarter revenue was down by 17.7 per cent from a year earlier to $972.5 million.