Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

Canadian markets news

British Columbians are spending more on retail goods while inflation remains low
B.C inflation remains well below the Canadian average while the province had some of the country's highest growth in retail sales, according to two separate economic reports released by Statistics Canada August 22.
Manitoba's inflation rate falls in June  Winnipeg Free Press
Canada Inflation Slows  Wall Street Journal
Reuters   Related articles »  
Fed's Yellen Hawks a Foggier Rate Future
It isn't the forecast but the weather that tells you when to open the umbrella. Janet Yellen opened the Kansas City Federal Reserve annual symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyo.
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks pause, dollar jumps on Yellen comments, Ukraine  Reuters
S&P 500 Fluctuates Near Record on Central Banks, Ukraine  Bloomberg
Related articles »  
Royal Bank says its diversified businesses will shield from volatility
TORONTO - The head of Canada's largest bank offered reassurances Friday that it is well prepared to deal with slower growth in some areas, like retail banking, as it reported a record third-quarter profit boosted largely by a surge in its capital markets division.
Royal Bank Q3 profit rises to $2.4 billion  Hamilton Spectator
Royal Bank of Canada boosts dividend by almost 6% as profit hits record $2 ...  Financial Post
Related articles »  
Hydro-Qu�bec's Q2 profits mirror those of last year
MONTREAL - Hydro-Qu�bec reported net earnings Friday of $467 million for the second quarter of 2014, roughly the same return as last year.
Hydro-Quebec posts higher Q2 profit and revenue compared with year ago  Times Colonist
Hydro-Qu�bec posts stable net result for the second quarter  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Related articles »  
Sweeping CRTC proposals would dramatically alter how we pay for TV
Consumers could wind up with many more choices about what they watch on TV and how they pay for it, given sweeping new proposals from the country's broadcast regulator announced Thursday.
TV industry watchdog says 'pick-and-pay' model would hurt economy ...  Montreal Gazette
CRTC proposals too costly; watchdog group  Brampton Guardian
Related articles »  
Native concerns over oil vetted in Canada
Canadian energy regulator to hear concerns about Kinder Morgan oil pipeline plans. UPI/Heinz Ruckemann. CALGARY, Alberta, Aug. 22 (UPI) -- The Canadian government said it set the schedule to hear concerns from the aboriginal community about ...
Vancouver to take Trans Mountain pipeline challenge to Federal Court  News1130
Related articles »  
Abbotsford's Cascade Aerospace's striking workers vote in favour of four-year ...
METRO VANCOUVER - Unionized workers at Cascade Aerospace will return to work on Monday after voting to accept a new four-year contract that contains wage increases and improved job security clauses, among other things.
Cascade Aerospace welcomes new four-year agreement with Unifor Local 114  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Related articles »  
Avoid the Hedge Funds' ETF Termite Problem
Some of the smartest investors are bad role models in their choice of exchange-traded funds, which are often celebrated for their low costs.
Choosing The Right Dividend ETF  Forbes
Institutional investors drawn to fixed-income ETFs  The Globe and Mail
Related articles »  
Lougheed Highway closed in Mission because of ammonia leak
METRO VANCOUVER - RCMP and Mission police have closed down the Lougheed Highway in Mission because of ammonia spill, according to reports.
Ammonia leak in Mission forces brief closure of highway, rail and river  Times Colonist
Related articles »  
No weekend subway service between Eglinton and Bloor
TTC passengers heading downtown this weekend should be aware there will be no subway service between Bloor and Eglinton stations on the Yonge-University-Spadina line (Line 1).
Man sentenced to jail, banned from subway for sexual assault  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Weekend Service Disruption on Line 1  640 Toronto News
Related articles »