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Weak data on retail sales and an increased likelihood of a further cut in interest rates led to a pessimistic day at the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Retail sales fell in December by their largest margin since 2010.
A new law will require firms that transport oil by rail to pay into a compensation fund the federal government announced today.
Bombardier is selling $750 million of its stock at a 10 per cent discount in a bid to strengthen its balance sheet.
Ivanhoe Energy is seeking bankruptcy protection and its shares have been suspended.
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The Toronto Stock Exchange declined today as figures revealed that US oil stocks are higher than expected.
A senior Bank of Canada official has said that inflation could slip into negative figures during this spring.
Montreal engineering firm SNC-Lavalin has been charged with fraud and corruption charges by the RCMP following an investigation into the business dealings of the firm and two subsidiaries.