Trump threat hits auto makers, gold gains... Pace slows for Canadian home prices... Canada’s richest duo wealthier than poorest 30 per cent... National Bank hires CIBC’s Nowlan...
Alberta’s premier has called for the pipeline projects that are proving divisive to go ahead.
Shares recover as oil and commodities regain some ground... Vehicle sales should show further gains... Apple in court case which could cost it $1 billion... Fitch warns that some mortgage payments could more than double... Gas down to $1.99 a gallon for the holidays?... FBI warns businesses of malicious attacks...
The limping economies of China, Japan and the Eurozone added to yet more weakness in the energy sector has dragged the TSX lower again today.
Stephen Poloz is expected to extend the run of low interest rates when the Bank of Canada’s decision is announced this Wednesday.
A new survey shows that Canadians don’t necessarily see their home loan as a debt.
The weekly Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index has seen a rise as sentiment increases in personal finances, the economy and real estate prices.
Global markets decline as further cracks appear in China... Retail figures down for Thanksgiving weekend... Oil price could fall to $40 according to some forecasters... Americans spending more on autos...
On a day when Canada’s GDP figures showed better than expected growth for the economy the Toronto Stock Exchange should have been surging but energy stocks are once again under pressure.
Real GDP rose 0.7 per cent in the third quarter, following a 0.9 per cent gain in the second quarter, StatsCan reported today. On a monthly basis, real GDP by industry increased 0.4 per cent in September.
In September 2013 Ottawa’s deficit was $3.8 billion but a year later Finance Canada has just announced a small surplus of $379 million.