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It’s been on a buying spree recently but Canadian pharma Valeant said Thursday that it is to buy Sprout Pharmaceuticals for around $1 billion
China’s volatility continues to weigh heavily on the world markets Thursday with the devaluation of the yuan promoting a sell-off.
The decline in oil prices continues to hit Russia’s economy which is heavily dependent on commodities.
The European Central Bank received a payment from Greece this week according to a senior government official.
The price of oil declined again Wednesday with West Texas Crude down nearly 5 per cent to its lowest price since early 2009 and Brent down about 4 per cent
The Chevrolet Equinox will be made in Canada until at least 2017
Royal Bank of Canada says that the housing market will slow in 2016 but only modestly
With many of Canada’s oil firms carrying their highest levels of debt in a decade according to Bloomberg and oil prices declining once again, they could use some breaks
Wednesday’s trading session in Asia has shown the volatile nature of the Chinese stock market with a rollercoaster ride of highs and lows during the day sending shockwaves across the region.
Data on Japan’s exports show a weakening of the nation’s trade in electronics and vehicles.