TORONTO, March 4 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell in volatile trading on Wednesday as shares of banks declined after recent quarterly earnings reports and energy shares slipped after the price of crude oil dropped.
The Bank of Canada kept its benchmark interest rate steady at 0.75 per cent on Wednesday, a sign the bank thinks there's no need for another move just yet after cutting the rate in January for the first time in five years.
The average price of a detached home in Toronto just passed the $1 million mark in February. Here's what $1 million used to buy in the city: 186 St. Leonard's Ave.
The head of one of the largest airlines in the Middle East says his company is no longer interested in ordering any CSeries jets from Bombardier because of repeated delays to the project.
Fewer Manitoba/Saskatchewan residents contributed to their RRSPs this year, but the average amount contributed was higher, according to a new Bank of Montreal survey.