Positive finish for the TSX but commodities remain weak... HSBC warns on debts, house prices... Green light for Keystone XL…maybe...
The markets are lower so far Friday ahead of the US Labor Department’s latest jobs report.
Weakness in some sectors of the Eurozone have raised new concern of oversupply of oil, weakening the overnight price of Brent Crude to below $50 before a slight recovery later.
There was a more settled trading day in much of the world Thursday with the Chinese stock exchange closed for a 2-day holiday allowing the Asian indexes to set a calmer tone
Canada's exports rose 2.3 per cent in July according to the latest data from Statistics Canada
A poll of analysts by Reuters suggests that the BoC will not increase interest rates until 2017 at the earliest
The Conference Board of Canada says that companies here are lacking in investment in innovation
Asian markets have had a calmer day of trading Thursday as China’s markets are closed for a two-day break while most of the other major indexes have closed broadly flat
Oil prices fell again overnight but have since recovered some of the losses
China, oil and US data were all in focus Wednesday
Bombardier’s Chinese joint venture has secured a U$381 million deal to supply high speed trains to China’s national railway