TSX closes flat despite gains for energy, materials... Nortel creditors could soon see some cash... Oil could hit $65 Bonterra chief says...
The Toronto Stock Exchange closed higher on Monday as world markets began with week with a largely optimistic tone and Catamaran received a $12.8 billion takeover offer.
Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz said that the effects of the lower oil price on the Canadian economy is “atrocious”.
DH Corp is to acquire Fundtech, the New York-based global supplier of payments systems to banks.
The federal tax cuts will be almost entirely wiped out by provincial tax hikes according to a BMO report.
Merger talks between Canada’s Teck Resources and Chile’s Antofagasta could result in one of the world’s largest copper miners.
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The Toronto Stock Exchange ended the week with slim losses and energy shares and financials slipped back.
There was a surprise from BlackBerry today as the Ontario firm revealed it made a profit in the fourth quarter but revenue was far lower than the markets expected.
The federal government could balance its budget ahead of time after posting a surplus of $1.3 billion for the first 10 months of the 2014-15 fiscal year
The original timeline for Bombardier’s new CSeries aircraft is already some way behind us but now the firm says it will be early next year at the earliest before the first planes are ready.