Oil, jobs help TSX to positive end to the week... Canadian labour market flat, unemployment down... Canadians keep buying cars...
The Teranet-National Bank index of home prices has increased by 5.4 per cent from a year ago.
Blackberry will tomorrow launch its new software which re-focuses the business on its enterprise roots.
Asian markets close higher but Europe is in the red after bank fines... Foreign exchange-rigging banks hit with $3.4 billion in fines... Oil down to lowest price for 4 years... Investors call for AOL to takeover Yahoo...
You’d have to go back to August to see a longer run of gains on the TSX; five trading days in a row.
The current run of low oil prices is not a disaster for Canada’s oil sands.
A new deal will open up financing options for potential Bombardier customers in China.
Canadians who invested in the Alibaba IPO earlier this year will be pleased to see the results of the e-commerce site’s trading on one of China’s biggest sales days.
World stocks higher after Chinese exchange deal... US stock market hits record highs... Alibaba enjoys ‘Singles Day’ boom... Radio Shack to open at 8am on Thanksgiving Day... ‘Palace of Love’ becomes most expensive US property ever to go on sale...
The TSX has a bumpy ride today with early gains boosted by a revived Blackberry followed by losses from energy producers and an unexpected fall in housing starts.
Blackberry is pinning its hopes on the vast Chinese smartphone market.