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While the world’s markets digested data from Japan that showed the country has slipped into recession, the Toronto Stock Exchange has been building on the positives of last week.
A new stock exchange has been given the green light by the Ontario Securities Commission today.
With a $12.5 billion deficit Ontario’s government could have done with some good news, but instead the province’s fall economic update showed a $500 million black hole in revenues and slower growth ahead.
Canada’s existing home sales have climbed again; reaching a near 4-year high in October.
Canadian investors added $8.6 billion of foreign securities to their holdings in September after a far smaller amount in August.
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Manufacturing sales rose 2.1 per cent in September to $53 billion, the eighth gain in nine months and following a 3.5 per cent decline in August.
A unanimous ruling in the Supreme Court will require Canadian businesses to act with a new sense of honesty.
Canadian resource firms are to be penalized if they do not help to resolve local disputes in foreign countries in which they operate.