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Thursday's TSX breakouts: A stock with dividend hikes of 10% or more over the ...
In the U.S., the Dow Jones Industrial Average decreased 0.10 per cent, the S&P 500 index lost 0.05 per cent, and the Nasdaq composite index was relatively unchanged.
TSX futures little changed amid U.S. trade worries  BNN
Low oil, big problem: World's top money manager sees nothing to like in ...  Financial Post
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Freeland sees progress in 'polite, amicable' Canada-US trade war
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is shooting back at Donald Trump's anti-Canadian trade rhetoric saying she will be "tough and strong" in fighting for Canada's economic interests with the U.S.
April 27: Milk. Wood. Worry. Plus other letters to the editor  The Globe and Mail
'We knew this was coming': Manitoba lumber company prepared for ...
Asia stocks firm as markets mull Trump's tax plan
HONG KONG - Asian shares were mostly higher Thursday as investors assessed the scant details of President Donald Trump's U.S. tax overhaul.
Trump's tax plan: We should be so lucky  MarketWatch
Trump tax plan could save him millions under guise of helping small ...  The Guardian
Home Capital shares rebound as it secures firm commitment for $2-billion line ...
David Goldman/AP Photo fileHome Capital is still recovering from a decline in its insured originations from 2015 after the company discovered a number of brokers had falsified income documents to help clients obtain mortgages.
Embattled Home Capital puts itself on the block  The Globe and Mail
Scotiabank sees little long-term fallout for big banks from Home Capital plunge  BNN
Ontario budget 2017: What to expect
Ontario's Liberal government will table its first balanced budget in a decade today and it's expected to be chock full of new spending, with the provincial economy firing on all cylinders and an election campaign one year away.
Ontario's first balanced budget in a decade to see new spending  CTV News
Tory boss questions balanced budget  The Barrie Examiner
Potash Corp's profit beats as costs fall, potash sales rise
Potash Corp of Saskatchewan's reported a higher-than-expected rise in quarterly profit as lower costs and increased potash sales volumes more than made up for weak phosphate prices.
PotashCorp Reports First-Quarter Earnings of $0.18 per Share  Ottawa Citizen
PotashCorp sees better conditions ahead
One year later: Fort McMurray wildfire and rebuild by the numbers
FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. -- It's been one year since a wildfire devastated parts of the northern Alberta city of Fort McMurray. Here is a look at the rebuild by the numbers: 1,595: Number of buildings and structures destroyed in the fire.
Fort Mac moves past fire
Bell Canada Set To Introduce New Streaming Service
MONTREAL - Bell Canada says it's on the cusp of launching a new streaming product to attract customers who prefer to watch video such as Netflix through the Internet instead of traditional TV services.
2 Excellent Dividend Stocks I'd Buy Right Now  The Motley Fool Canada
Fewer people signed contracts to buy US homes in March
WASHINGTON - Fewer consumers signed contracts to buy U.S. homes last month as the spring buying season revs up with stiff competition for affordable homes amid lagging inventory.
Too few listings pinch real estate in March; Pending home sales slip 0.8%  CNBC
Pending Home Sales Dip 0.8% in March  PR Newswire (press release)
Suncor eyes more oil-sands deals but won't rush to make purchase
Suncor Energy Inc. is open to making further acquisitions in the oil sands but the company is in no hurry to pull the trigger on possible deals, its chief executive officer says.
Suncor Energy posts better-than-expected first-quarter profit  Financial Post
Suncor reports net earnings of $1.35B on higher prices, production