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As analysts weigh the current market conditions and consider the impact of the weakened Canadian dollar there is renewed talk of an interest rate cut by the Bank of Canada
Energy East overcame one of its problems Monday as TransCanada signed deals-in-principle with Quebec’s Gaz Metro and two gas distributors in Ontario; Union Gas and Enbridge Gas Distribution
A New Brunswick man, charged with illegally importing beer from Quebec is in court this week
World markets are starting the week with large losses amid a global sell-off of equities and a still-falling oil price.
As the price of West Texas Intermediate drops below $40 again there is a glimmer of hope that the OPEC countries could be about to curb production.
A measure of 22 raw materials has hit its lowest point since August 1999.
If times were different the main index of the Toronto Stock Exchange may have reacted better to news that Canada’s consumer price index and retail sales were up according to the latest data
The price of a barrel of oil hit prices not seen for 6.5 years Friday
Food prices have contributed to higher inflation with Canada’s annual rate up 1.3 per cent, narrowly missing expectations
Retail sales increased in June by 0.6 per cent to $43.2 billion