Royal Bank of Canada reported a 17-per-cent increase in its fiscal third-quarter profit on Wednesday, as Canada's largest lender showed resilience against a weak economy, depressed oil prices, the Brexit fallout and the Fort McMurray wildfire.
NEW YORK - Shares wavered in thin but volatile trading in Asia on Thursday, following a bleak day on Wall Street led by declines in health-care stocks as outrage mounts over steep price hikes for Mylan's EpiPens.
LONDON—Oil prices were mixed Thursday as bearish data from both the U.S. and China kept a lid on prices. The October contract for Brent, the global benchmark crude, was down 0.1% to $49.01 in morning trade in London, while its U.S.
Officials in Edmonton are warning people to stay away from the North Saskatchewan River with heavy rain expected to raise water levels and boost flooding concerns.
A plan by Edmonton Northlands to reinvent itself after the Rogers Place downtown arena opens will cost $65 million more than originally proposed by the non-profit organization.