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The Toronto Stock Exchange outperformed some of its peers Tuesday as a failure of talks between Greece and its creditors stalled yesterday with fears of a Eurozone crisis weighing heavily.
Canada’s western provinces saw a drop in demand for existing homes in the first month of this year, as the country parses through the latest salse statistics.
One off costs are one of the reasons behind a loss of U$514.2 million at Restaurant Brands, the firm created from the merger of Tim Hortons with Burger King.
Alberta will dip into recession this year but it will be mild and short-lived according to a report from CIBC World Markets.
Bikini Village, the Quebec based swimwear manufacturer has filed for bankruptcy protection to allow it time for find a buyer or partner.
Figures released today by StatsCan show that foreign investors reduced their holdings of Canadian securities by $13.5 billion in December, led by sizable divestments in bonds and equities.
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The week has ended with an optimistic note as oil prices again edged higher with stronger expectations of demand from the Eurozone and a lower outlook for US oil rig numbers. European issues looked more positive.
President Obama’s signature is now the only thing holding up the formal approval of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Shareholders in TransCanada will be receiving a fourth-quarter dividend of 8 per cent more than they have received in the previous four quarters.