Oil remains strong ahead of producers meeting... Losses grow at Sears Canada... Fairfax subsidiary sells Bank of Ireland stake...
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.
Russian economic crisis adds new pressure to markets... Tax breaks confirmed as Congress approves last minute spending plan... American Apparel appoints new chief... Defense industry set for tough 2015... US announces Olympics bid for 2024...
The Toronto Stock Exchange was both boosted and weakened by the energy sector today as oil continued to edge lower while the Talisman deal with Spanish firm Repsol was confirmed.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper said today that the low oil prices won’t stop the federal government from balancing its budget but it will reduce its fiscal flexibility.
A new deal between Export Development Canada and London-based telecoms operator Vodafone will net Blackberry a $750 million windfall.
It’s long been called for and now the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation has issued data showing the level of foreign investor ownership in condos.
World markets lower as oil hits new lows; China data disappoints... Economist Bill Gross says structural growth will drop next year... Obamacare customers get more time to pay... Ford shares drop 5 per cent after downgrade... Airlines carrying extra bags…of cash...