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Cenovus Energy announced job losses in the oilsands Thursday.
The federal government will invest $100 million in Toyota’s manufacturing plants with the auto maker adding a further $400 million.
Shares in Ottawa-based e-commerce firm Shopify increased by 14 per cent Thursday as it revealed a 90 per cent surge in Q2 revenues.
The low price of gold has meant Canada’s Goldcorp slashing its dividend by 60 per cent in order for it to retain capital reserves.
Wall Street reacted positively to Wednesday’s Fed announcement on interest rates but Thursday’s session will be dominated by GDP figures.
Royal Dutch Shell is cutting 6,500 jobs this year as it tries to cut costs to offset a 37 per cent drop in quarterly profits.
Facebook’s latest results show growth for the social network and media company with adjusted earnings for its second quarter at 50 cents per share on revenue of $4.04 billion.
A new study says 8 out of 10 Americans are in debt.
The Fed announced that it was keeping US interest rates unchanged Wednesday and, together with some recovery for oil prices, it meant optimism for the markets.
The Conference Board of Canada has issued its latest outlook for the economy for 2015 and it’s lower than the prediction it made in March.