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Laura’s Shoppe Inc. has filed for creditor protection and says it aims to restructure.
Indigo Books & Music says the weakened Canadian dollar has cost it $3 million from its bottom line.
Investors are betting on the Fed increasing interest rates in September and key jobs data this week is in focus.
The level of borrowing by US small businesses increased in June according to PayNet.
Revenue at Disney was below market expectations and shares in the company have dipped despite growing profits.
Auction.com has claimed the largest ever online real estate transaction; selling a 30-year old office in California’s Manhattan Beach for $96.1 million.
The Toronto Stock Exchange managed to end with gains Friday despite the much-anticipated GDP figures calling for a slight recession
Another oil company has reported a sharp drop in quarterly profits; Imperial Oil plummeted from $1.2 billion in Q2 2014 to $120 million in the same period in 2015, a 90 per cent drop.