Positive finish for the TSX but commodities remain weak... HSBC warns on debts, house prices... Green light for Keystone XL…maybe...
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.
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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.
Canadian banks are assessing how they will benefit from China’s decision at the weekend to appoint Canada as a trading hub for the Yuan.
New figures from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. show that housing starts were down in October.
The Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index shows that Ontario has overtaken Alberta after 17 months behind.