Former Bay Street lawyer Mitchell Finkelstein told an Ontario Securities Commission panel on Friday that he never gave a long-time friend confidential information on impending corporate deals to use for insider trading.
By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index advanced on Friday after the Bank of Japan surprised markets by increasing stimulus measures, helping drive gains in most major sectors.
As part of a �streamlining� of its capital markets business, the Bank of Nova Scotia has cut 28 positions from its operations in Toronto, New York and London.
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda led a divided board to expand what was already an unprecedentedly large monetary-stimulus program, boosting stocks and sending the yen tumbling.
Billionaire Richard Kinder should be blocked from pushing ahead with a $44 billion consolidation of his oil-pipeline empire until he wins the approval of two-thirds of investors in one of the partnerships he's seeking to acquire, a lawyer argued.