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CANADA STOCKS-TSX declines as Goldcorp leads sell-off in gold miners
... * TSX down 68.88 points, or 0.47 percent, at 14,458.69 * Six of 10 main index sectors advance * Goldcorp dives 13.3 percent By John Tilak and Susan Taylor TORONTO, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell on Thursday as Goldcorp Inc and ...
TSX declines as Goldcorp leads sell-off in gold miners  Reuters Canada
Canadian Stocks Decline as Gold Miners Tumble to 11-Year Low  Businessweek
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Bombardier suspends plan for Russia venture
Bombardier Inc reported quarterly earnings that topped expectations on Thursday and said it had put plans for a plane-building joint venture in Russia on hold due to political and economic conditions there, potentially jeopardising a large Russian order.
Bombardier Shelves Plans for Russian Assembly Line  Wall Street Journal
Bombardier puts Russian turboprop assembly plans on ice due to political unrest
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Smaller deals dominating M&A in 2014
Mergers are up in Canada, and rather than the big mega-deals, it's a pile of smaller transactions that is driving activity. The total value of mergers and acquisitions in the first three quarters of 2014 is running well ahead of last year, according to Mergermarket.
Tim Hortons takeover by Burger King may be bad for Canada: study
Tim Hortons takeover by Burger King may result in widespread layoffs: study  CTV News
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Asia shares rise on brightening US prospects, BOJ awaited
By Lisa Twaronite. TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares ticked higher on Friday as investors cheered upbeat U.S. growth data, while the dollar held near four-week highs against the yen as markets awaited the outcome of the Bank of Japan's monetary policy ...
Japan's inflation slips as jobless rate edges up  New Zealand Herald
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Terence Corcoran: Energy East is a product of Obama's policy failure
For Canadians weary of pipeline politics, no end is in sight. TransCanada PipeLines dropped 30,000 unreadable pages of documents on the National Energy Board Thursday, beginning a contentious regulatory battle for approval of the 4,500-kilometre ...
TransCanada files application for the Energy East Pipeline Project  Edmonton Sun
TransCanada touts Energy East benefits for refiners, export markets  The Globe and Mail
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Halifax housing market going soft, lack of employment growth partly to blame ...
An aging population is getting some of the blame for projections that housing demand will slump in Halifax in 2015 and rebound only slightly in 2016.
Fire safety planning is a vital part of accessible housing  Toronto Sun
Housing starts to hit 3300 by end of year  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
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Energy minister won't heed Fraser Institute report
The provincial government is not veering from its plans for solar and wind energy despite a warning in a new Fraser Institute report that it's driving up electricity prices.
Going green too costly for Ontario, a Fraser Institute report warns  CTV News
Study says Ontario should rethink abandoning coal  Sarnia Observer
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Goldcorp CEO Jeannes Sees Gold Price Floor Around $1200
Gold won't dip much below $1,200 an ounce as Asian buyers help create a price floor, according to the biggest producer of the precious metal by market value.
Canadian gold stocks crushed amid bad earnings, bad prices  Financial Post
Goldcorp (GG) Stock Lower Today After Third Quarter Earnings Results
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Maple Leaf Foods ready for factory closures, return to profit
The impending shutdown of Maple Leaf Foods Inc.'s Toronto meat factory will close a dark chapter in the company's history while helping it complete a top-to-bottom remake of the country's largest food processor.
Restructuring costs eat into Maple Leaf Foods profits  Waterloo Record
Maple Leaf Foods losses continue in third quarter, restructuring expenses higher  Daily Business Buzz - New Brunswick
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Most of us don't want a gift card this year
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - Gift cards have gotten fancier, with customized designs and interactive online versions. But for all the bells and whistles, they may be less popular this holiday season.
Poll shows holiday shoppers trimming their spending on gifts  Windsor Star (blog)
Retailers face 'Bah Humbug' festive season as consumers tighten wallets  The Globe and Mail
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