Shares in Home Capital Group recouped some lost ground Thursday as it firmed up an emergency $2-billion loan and the alternative mortgage lender signalled it may sell itself - saying it is exploring “strategic options”.
Presumably, you've got to have at least one return volley to mark the start of the war. And at this point, we've only had the tat in any tit-for-tat trade action between the United States and Canada.
HONG KONG - Asian shares were mostly higher Thursday as investors assessed the scant details of President Donald Trump's U.S. tax overhaul.
Ontario's Liberal government will table its first balanced budget in a decade today and it's expected to be chock full of new spending, with the provincial economy firing on all cylinders and an election campaign one year away.
Potash Corp of Saskatchewan's reported a higher-than-expected rise in quarterly profit as lower costs and increased potash sales volumes more than made up for weak phosphate prices.