TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was lower Wednesday morning even as the country's trade balance with the rest of the world moved from a deficit to surplus and traders looked to the Bank of Canada's mid-morning announcement on interest rates.
MONTREAL - Iraqi Airways has placed a firm order to purchase five of Bombardier's new CSeries aircraft and options for 11 additional CS300s.
TORONTO -- The Toronto stock market was lower Wednesday as U.S. employment data raised concerns about the Federal Reserve cutting back on economic stimulus and traders took in positive earnings from National Bank (TSX:NA).
Government workers in British Columbia are poised to endorse a growth-sharing offer as part of a long-term contract settlement with the provincial government.
U.S. exports jumped to a record in October, an important sign of life in the global economy that could herald steadier growth in 2014.