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 has enjoyed a better day’s trading after benchmark Brent crude rebounded.
Car rental firms Avis and Budget are being investigated by Canada’s Competition Bureau over claims that they advertise fees that are much lower than the actual amount due, once other charges are added on.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals deal to buy bowel-drug maker Salix may be trumped by another offer from UK firm Endo International.
Quebecor has announced that its adjusted income for its fourth quarter were up 3.5 per cent from a year earlier to reach $50.3 million amounting to profit per basic share of 41 cents.
RBC “feels good” about Canada’s housing market.
Pressure on the dollar hits Wall St.; World markets mixed... Banks seek Fed backing for buy-backs, increased dividends... You need $2.5 million to retire says Legg Mason survey... Google opens its first store...
Concern over US interest rates has pushed the Toronto Stock Exchange lower again today with the main index falling to a five-week low.
Slow growth in Canada and other Western economies should not be considered the ‘new normal’ according to a report from the Fraser Institute.
Ontario is considering selling a small percentage of the electricity network firm Hydro One with an IPO that could raise more than $1 billion.
A report from the BMO economist Sal Guatieri suggests that the spring house buying season is already booming in Toronto and Vancouver.