TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index pulled back on Tuesday, with energy stocks stung by a drop in oil prices and investor sentiment hurt by weak trade data out of China that weighed on miners and railway companies.
It's not the Bank of Canada's job to fix bad decisions consumers make with regards to debt loads in the current low rate environment, Stephen Poloz says.
Officials on both sides of the border are blaming each other for the failure to renegotiate a softwood lumber agreement between Canada and the United States before it expired Monday.
A more detailed ruling is expected Tuesday from the bankruptcy court judge who approved a transition plan that will sever U.S. Steel Canada from its U.S.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - Grain handler G3 Canada Ltd, a joint venture between a Saudi Arabian firm and Bunge Ltd, does not have much interest in bidding for a stake in rival Glencore Plc's agricultural business, its chief executive said on Tuesday.