TSX plunges on sell-off amid political concerns... Inflation gathered pace in January... Husky could sell some of its Eastern Canadian assets...
The federal government is to invest $300 million in Pratt & Whitney to help protect 1,500 jobs at the firm’s Ontario and Quebec plants.
The total value of building permits was $7.5 billion in October, edging up 0.7 per cent from September according to data from StatsCan.
Credit rating agency Fitch has warned that Canada’s banks are at risk due to “unsustainable” levels of consumer debt.
A new report from the International Labour Organization shows that workers in Canada get a smaller cut of the country’s total income that those south of the border.
European markets in the red after Italy downgrade, Asia boosted by US jobs data but concerned about China... Oil down $1 on revised Morgan Stanley forecast... US economy set for fast growth in 2015... US is bottom of the league for equal pay...
Friday started better for the TSX after Thursday ended down 248.11 points; the largest drop in 18 months.
The takeover of Tim Hortons by Burger King was rubber-stamped today by Ottawa’s Industry Minister but not without conditions.
Bank of Nova Scotia and National Bank of Canada both announced their results today.
Anticipated US jobs data boosts Asia and Europe markets... Job growth is one thing, but where’s the growth in wages?... Uber picks up some wealthy passengers as investors put in $1.2 bn... Wake up and smell the (new home of) coffee...
The TSX fell again today as rumours circulated that Saudi Arabia is preparing to slash oil prices in January in a bid to gain ground from the US shale oil industry.