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Another Month of Broken Records in Canadian Real Estate 

Home sales recorded over Canadian MLS® Systems edged up a further 0.9% between August and September, raising them to yet another new all-time monthly...

AFTER THE BELL: TSX drops despite strong GDP data, higher oil prices; U.S. markets buoyed by U.S./China trade progress

Losses in the pivotal energy and financials sectors pulled Canada’s stock exchange into negative territory today. The TSX fell 53 points despite a lift in...

MID-DAY: Financials pulling down TSX, Wall Street higher on positive trade talks

Canada’s main stock market is lower so far today. Gains in the energy sector are being offset by losses in the other heavyweight sector, financials. Bay...

BEFORE THE BELL: Study finds legal cannabis top of mind for Canadians online

A new study on what Canadians are talking about online when it comes to farming and food shows plenty of hot-button issues. Legal cannabis was...

AFTER THE BELL: TSX clings to gains, Trump targets higher oil prices, U.S. economy shrinks

Canada’s stock exchange managed to cling to modest gains despite a dip in oil prices and a plunge in the gold sector. The TSX moved...

MID-DAY: Energy sector weighing down TSX

Canada’s main stock market started out on a slightly higher note this morning but has given those gains back. The materials and energy sectors are...

BEFORE THE BELL: WOW Air announces closure

Some Canadian travellers are most likely affected by news this morning that Icelandic budget airline WOW Air has abruptly gone out of business. Passengers have...

AFTER THE BELL: TSX flat as investors shed pot stocks, U.S. markets in red as global economy fears rise to surface

A massive sell-off of pot stocks weighted Canada’s stock exchange today. The TSX was off by 22 points, with six of 11 sectors trading lower....

MID-DAY: Markets down over recession worries

North American markets are lower so far today as investors are leery over a possible sign of recession. That sign is a bond yields inversion. ...

BEFORE THE BELL: Congressional hearings set to begin into FAA oversight of Boeing

America's standing as the model for aviation-safety regulation will be on trial in Washington as congressional hearings begin into the Federal Aviation Administration's oversight...

AFTER THE BELL: Energy surge on TSX, Dow rises despite U.S./China trade fears, American housing starts stall

Surging energy stocks helped power Canada's stock exchange today. On the backs of gains in 10 of 11 sectors, including a 1.7 percent rise in...

MID-DAY: North American markets off to good start on energy, financials

North American investors seem to be happier today than they have been over the last few days. On Bay Street the heavyweight energy sector is...

BEFORE THE BELL: Trudeau government committed to putting Trans Mountain pipeline back in private hands

Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the government remains committed to putting the Trans Mountain pipeline and its proposed expansion back in private hands. The Trudeau...

AFTER THE BELL: Global economy jitters drag TSX lower, mixed picture on Wall Street

Fears over a flagging global economy dragged Canada’s stock exchange today. After heavy losses on Friday, the TSX shed another 26 points. The materials sector moved...

BEFORE THE BELL: Apple to unveil new video streaming service

Apple is expected to announce Monday that it is launching a video service that could compete with Netflix, Amazon and cable TV itself. It's a long-awaited...

Apple to unveil new video service

Apple is expected to announce Monday that it is launching a video service that could compete with Netflix, Amazon and cable TV itself. It's a long-awaited...

At the close: Down day on both Bay and Wall Streets

It was a down day on Wall Street to end the week with the Dow losing 460 points. Both the Nasdaq and S&P had losing...

MID-DAY: North American markets in the red as Chinese trade tensions ramp up

North American markets are off to a really rough start today. On Bay Street it looks like investors are reacting to weak inflation and soft...

BEFORE THE BELL: Ethiopian airlines says pilots went through extra training before flying Boeing model

Ethiopian Airlines says its pilots went through all the extra training required by Boeing and the U.S. aviation regulator to fly the 7-37 Max...

AFTER THE BELL: TSX rises on buoyant jobs, sales data; tech sector propels U.S. markets

Investors were in a buying mood on Bay Street, spurred by positive jobs and sales data. Increases in nine of 11 sectors pushed the TSX...
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