A new poll reveals how unplanned events and conditions are putting financial pressure on retired Canadians
Oil firms are facing some tough decisions; spend on planned capital projects or keep investors happy with dividends.
Asian, Europe markets mixed; Oil price above $71... Airbag manufacturer ignores US regulator... Bird flu strikes near Canada/US border... Top CEOs less optimistic on economy... Earning potential is in your hands...
Tuesday has seen better results for the Toronto Stock Exchange as energy and industrial sectors bounced back.
A new report shows that a rise in the number of people employed in Canada’s renewable energy sector by 37 per cent means that there are more workers in the green-energy sector than there are in the oilsands.
Bank of Montreal investors are receiving dividends 2 per cent higher than that of quarter two despite profits being weaker than expected.
The auto sector continues to do well in Canada with news today that Chrysler Canada’s November sales were up 9 per cent compared to the same month last year.
Meat prices have already been rising but the overall grocery bill is set to be higher next year according to Ontario’s University of Guelph Food Institute.
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.