Oil remains strong ahead of producers meeting... Losses grow at Sears Canada... Fairfax subsidiary sells Bank of Ireland stake...
Positivity returns on Fed minutes, US jobs and oil price... Chicago Fed president says there should be no interest rate rise this year... More than 60 per cent of Americans have inadequate emergency savings... Healthcare costs Floridians and Texans more... Boston study could bring new defense against superbugs...
Financial, health-care and materials stocks gained today returning the Toronto Stock Exchange to positive territory for the first time this week.
Canada's exports declined 3.5 per cent in November and imports were down 2.7 per cent according to the latest figures from StatsCan.
The controversial Energy East project has been called “desirable” by the Quebec energy board.
It’s reported that Air Canada may stop its service from Toronto’s Billy Bishop airport.
A plan by The Beer Store has been dismissed by the Ontario Convenience Stores Association as a ploy to protect its monopoly.
Internet firm Shaw Communications is facing a backlash from customers after posting details of its new internet pricing on its website.
Global growth slows, oil price declines, can the Fed lift the mood?... Verizon CEO denies AOL takeover rumors... Intel plans to hire more women... Manhattan apartment average prices hit record high... 1 million to lose food stamps as economy improves...
As oil prices continue to fall investors are once again avoiding risk and heading to the safe havens of gold and government bonds.
America’s Congress was back at work today and one of its earliest votes will be on the future of the Keystone XL pipeline.