TORONTO -- Indigo Books & Music Inc. tightened losses by more than 35% in the first quarter as it further grew its general merchandise business.
Shares of the iPhone maker have been in a rut since posting disappointing quarterly results in late June, falling to a six-month low of $113.25 on Tuesday.
Jennifer Dowty, Chartered Financial Analyst, writes exclusively for Globe Unlimited subscribers. The Before the Bell report is updated throughout the premarket to reflect latest developments.
At least 24 people died and hundreds were rescued after two passenger trains derailed nearly side by side as they crossed a bridge in central India late Tuesday night.
Business conditions in the Canadian manufacturing sector continued to improve for the second month in a row in July, but at a slower pace than June, with an increase in export sales supporting the recovery.