Positive finish for the TSX but commodities remain weak... HSBC warns on debts, house prices... Green light for Keystone XL…maybe...
Investment in non-residential building construction reached $12.9 billion in the fourth quarter, up 0.3 per cent from the previous quarter.
Calgary-based pipeline firm Plains Midstream will have to carry out a full audit on its entire Ontario and Prairies network.
World markets mixed on oil prices and Swiss sell-off... IEA predicts oil ‘tide will turn’... Target to close Canadian stores at cost of $5.4 billion... Tech giants agree to deal on anti-trust lawsuit... Cuba: A land of opportunity for US airlines...
Raw materials was the star performer on the Toronto Stock Exchange today as the sector posted gains that helped offset losses elsewhere.
After the news that Mexx stores will be closing next month there was more bad news for retail today.
A report by OPEC claims that US oil producers will begin slowing the growth of production this year as the oil price slides to unprofitably low levels.
A slowdown in house prices has been reported today by the Canadian Real Estate Association.
Oil and copper rebound, global markets recover... All bets are off as casino firm ends up in the red... Blackberry stocks surges on takeover reports but firm denies talks... World’s 2nd richest man doubles stake in NYT... Pharmaceutical industry will be squeezed by insurers...
The TSX slumped again today but it wasn’t all down to energy, banks and minerals.
Oil made something of a comeback today despite an Energy Information Administration report showing a growing glut of supplies.