New figures on Canada’s ETF industry reveal little change over the previous month
The TSX was at near-three-month highs during Wednesday’s trading as energy stocks gave a boost to a market subdued by poor performance by gold producers and a downgrade for Blackberry.
Last week the market was excited by Blackberry again as CEO John Chen set out a new vision for a company focused on enterprise software and tie-ups with some of China’s biggest smartphone manufacturers. But today...
It was a close vote but last night the Democrat-controlled Senate failed to get the majority needed to approve the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline; falling short by a single vote.
Target Canada has struggled since launching here last year and today executives acknowledged that there was a lot of work needed to try to turn it around.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation presented its outlook for the Toronto property market today and predicts no slow down in the rise of prices.
Asian markets lower on Japanese profit taking; Europe hit by low iron ore price... Dollar strong ahead of Fed minutes... Keystone XL pipeline defeated in nail-biting Senate vote... Black Friday may be a dark day for retailers... Regulator calls for national airbag recall; manufacturer resists... Protests surge again in Hong Kong...
The TSX was again in positive territory today as data from Germany showed higher sentiment calming fears about the Eurozone’s biggest economy.
Renewing a home loan shouldn’t be too painful for the next six months according to a new report from The Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals.
Credit agency Moody’s has warned that three Canadian provinces could face budgetary issues if the oil price declines further and stays there for longer than a year.
With a $12.5 billion deficit, Ontario may have to increase taxes in order to balance the books.