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Canada's net international investment position advanced $94.5 billion in the third quarter according to new figures from StatsCan.
Mixed sentiment in Asia, Europe falls on oil and Greece... IEA predicts growing oil glut in 2015... Retail sales boom as gas prices help drive consumer spending... House passes spending bill, now it’s down to the Senate... Banks play the villain in a $43.5 million toy story... Big fish leaves Seaworld...
It’s been a more positive day’s trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange as a rise in the oil price together with good news on employment and retail sales in the US helped improve energy stocks.
The governor of the Bank of Canada spoke to journalists this morning to give reassuring words on the economy after yesterday’s statement about overvaluation in the housing market.
Revenue Quebec is to look into the tax affairs of Bombardier after leaked documents showed a secret deal with Luxembourg.
Tour operator Transat has ended its financial year with a reduced summer season profit and net income for Q4 down 44 per cent.
Asian markets lower on global concerns; Europe optimistic as oil rebounds... Fresh start for Detroit... Almost 1 in 5 Americans expect to be in debt for life... Burger King set for whopper tax savings... Congress could act to cut pensions...
A forecast by OPEC has hit hard at the stocks of the world’s energy sector and markets have dropped sharply.
The Bank of Canada has joined the voices saying that Canada’s housing market is over-valued but a new report forecasts a moderation of prices in the coming year.
No need to panic the Tim Hortons and Burger King names are safe; at least for restaurant customers.