TORONTO (Reuters) - The commodity-linked Canadian dollar weakened against a firmer U.S. counterpart on Wednesday as oil fell, although losses for the currency were restrained as investors awaited clues this week on the U.S.
Oil prices extended their losses on Wednesday, with U.S. crude futures falling more than 2 per cent, after an unexpected large build in U.S.
Bank of Montreal kicked off earnings season Tuesday by beating analyst estimates and easing concerns about oil and gas exposure and consumer credit, despite a bump in provisions for credit losses tied to the energy sector.
The Business Development Bank of Canada has given out more money in the past year than in 2015, but it has also seen more money come back in its net income, a new fiscal report says.
After nearly two months of waiting, people in Fall River, N.S., can stop using the 28-kilometre round-trip detour in place while the McQuarrie Bridge was being replaced.