Oil slumps 5 per cent as OPEC deal disappoints... Canadian wages up almost 1 per cent... Manulife CEO to retire...
Blackberry says it has signed a new deal with Samsung to integrate more of its services onto the Korean firm’s mobile security platform.
Saskatchewan firm PotashCorp is to acquire a 9.5 per cent stake in Brazilian company Fertilizantes Heringer S.A.
Wall St. expected to open higher on new Chinese stimulus... Fed committee may be less ‘patient’ on interest rates... NXP to buy Freescale for $40 billion... Profit margins will be squeezed as labor market improves...
The Toronto Stock Exchange has narrowly missed ending the week in positive territory with only a slight loss as oil prices rebound and the earnings of major banks defy expectations.
The Bank of Nova Scotia predicts that Canada’s economy will grow by a moderate 1.9 per cent this year and 2.0 per cent in 2016.
Conrad Black and Jack Boultbee, another former executive of Hollinger Inc, have been permanently banned from being directors or officers of any publicly traded Ontario company.
The forthcoming Alberta budget will be so radical that people will want the chance to vote on it.
Bombardier’s biggest plane yet took a test flight today with hopes that it will generate much needed sales for the firm.
Wall St. close subdues markets, oil recovers... GDP to rise 2.1 per cent according to Reuters poll... Net neutrality vote is a win for consumers says Netflix... Americans still unprepared for financial emergencies... KFC tests edible coffee cups...
After another day of volatile oil prices the Toronto Stock Exchange advanced again Thursday as the financial sector gained on bank earnings.