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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.
Bombardier said Wednesday that it is not in talks with German firm Siemens about a possible merger of their rail businesses.
CGI Group has revealed that its quarter three profits were up to $257.2 million from $225.1 million a year earlier.
The Federal Reserve’s monetary committee’s two-day meeting ends Wednesday and world markets are awaiting the announcement and press conference that follow.
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba has pledged to invest $1 billion over the next three years in its cloud computing business, in a direct challenge to Amazon’s web services.
Analysts were surprised by Twitter’s results which revealed stronger revenue and monthly active users than they predicted.
Tuesday brought better results for Canadian stocks as Toronto’s main index ended positive for the first time in more than a week.