TSX closes lower on Trump, oil... Trump adviser says Canada shouldn’t be “enormously worried” over NAFTA... Wholesale trade continues higher...
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.
Global hotelier Marriott is to take over the Delta brand from BC Investment Management Corporation in a deal worth $168 million.
The last quarter was a good one for Montreal-based grocer Metro Inc. and the firm says it will increase dividends by 16.7 per cent.
The number of Canadians searching online for information about clearing their debts has increased according to Google.
Asia markets close up, Europe in the red, Snow to slow Wall Street... Fed meeting begins but no press conference this time... Microsoft earnings fall on weak Windows sales, currency... Former homeowners set for bounce-back...
Last week the world’s markets were buoyed by the European central Bank announcing its massive bond-buying programme to boost the flagging economies of the Eurozone.
A new report from the TD Bank today provided an interesting outlook for Canada’s economy.
The first of the major banks to lower mortgage rates following the BoC cut last week is the Royal Bank of Canada.