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Telecoms giant BCE is to buy mobile phone retailer Glentel for $594 million it announced today.
Among the many Black Friday bargains on offer today, a mortgage broker announced a 24 hour promotion on home loans with a rate of just 2.59 per cent for a 5-year-fixed rate mortgage and 2.05 per cent for a variable rate.
The OPEC cartel’s decision to not cut production of oil from the current 30 million barrels a day has had a predictable effect on Canadian energy stocks and the wider TSX.
Average weekly earnings of non-farm payroll employees were $942 in September, little changed from $939 the previous month.
Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador, Alberta, and Manitoba will be the leaders of economic growth in 2015 according to a new report from the Conference Board of Canada.
Canada’s exports are increasing but next year’s figure will be held back by lower oil and metal prices.
Experts in prices at the gas pumps are predicting this weekend could see even lower prices as the effects of lower oil prices start to take effect.
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It was another day of losses on the TSX with energy stocks leading the decline.
The International Monetary Fund is again warning about Canada’s housing market.