Materials, healthcare, energy drag TSX to negative close... BoC and federal government renews inflation target... Wholesale trade up for 5th consecutive month...
The finance minister today announced the awaited decision on the wireless spectrum.
Chevron Canada has put its exploration plan for the Beaufort Sea on hold, blaming uncertain economic conditions.
Alimentation Couche-Tard will see further expansion south of the border after agreeing a $860 million deal to acquire US based The Pantry.
The number of people receiving regular Employment Insurance benefits in October was 491,400, little changed from the previous month, according to new StatsCan figures.
World markets rebound after yesterday’s gains and Fed meeting... Consumer prices lower on cheaper gas... Wealth gap largest since the 80s... Sony facing large losses after ‘The Interview’ is cancelled... FedEx delivery falls short of expectations... New York State says no to fracking...
World stock markets have seen a rebound as the price of oil climbed higher today boosting energy stocks.
Wholesale sales edged up 0.1 per cent to $54.2 billion in October, a second consecutive monthly increase.
Canada’s exposure to oil prices is three times greater than it was in 1998.
With the decline in the energy and raw materials sector it will be Ontario that leads the nation’s economy in the coming months.
Shares in Toronto-based raw materials producer Sherritt International headed to their highest in more than 5 years today after the US announced it was to ease sanctions on Cuba.